Time-Lapse video has become much more than a novelty. For many of our clients it has become integral to both their marketing and site monitoring activities.

“We were looking for a timelapse to cover a large demolition but the camera became integral to site management so much so we are looking at more cameras on other jobs”

Sinostruct // Kevin Wilton

The initial brief was for a time-lapse video but what they delivered was so much more…the full video production really impressed us.

BTP // Kerrie Livingston

Time-Lapse makes it easy for you to:

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Site Monitoring

Communicate with relevant stakeholders on site progress using High Resolution DSLR still images taken at intervals as short as 10 seconds. These images are uploaded in virtually real time to your personal secure online portal where Metadata on each photo combines with an easy to use searchable database that allows you to check historical data, an invaluable resource for OHS Compliance or dispute resolution.

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Showcase Your Progress

As progress takes place on site, Time Lapse video updates showcase the latest stage of construction. You can also offer relevant stakeholders a link to the secure on-line portal, giving them virtual real time access to photo’s of activity on site.

Progress photos are high-resolution DSLR images perfect for print or release in Public Relations campaigns.

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Engaging Promotional Video

Time Lapse video is undoubtedly the best way to promote your achievements. We love time-lapse video and when we deliver the final video we use our state of the art post-production facilities to seamlessly stitch together, colour-grade and present your finished sequence with music, to showcase your achievements.

You can also talk to us about incorporating it in a full video production.

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Some examples of our work

Public: Art in the City

Art in the City ran for 9 days from 5 – 13 April 2014. Large scale artworks were developed by some of the world’s best known street artists.

John Holland Rail

Rail Turn Out replacement Time-Lapse using multiple cameras

Port Botany Terminal in Sydney

A 2 year project to document the construction of Patricks new container terminal control tower at Port Botany in Sydney. The Port Botany Expansion is a $1 billion, 60 hectare reclamation project in Botany Bay adjacent to the existing Patrick container terminal at Port Botany.

Our Clients Include: