So, you have time lapse monitoring installed on your project, which is nearing completion. What comes next?

This is the second instalment in our ‘What to expect’ series. If you are looking to implement time lapse on a project and are yet to check out the first post - What to expect: The install process - we'd recommend starting there.



At any point, throughout the entire project duration, we’re always on hand to help. We have a dedicated Media Production Department, who are highly experienced in producing great films to truly capture the imagination of your audience; be it stakeholders, broadcasters, colleagues or the public. If you have key project milestones coming up – a large concrete pour, a tower crane installation, a grand opening by a VIP – we can provide a variety of dayshoot options to capture additional footage for use in either interim videos, or to enhance your final film.

video camera set up in indoor location.

In addition, we can provide a range of bespoke interim edits of your time lapse footage at any point throughout the build, for use on social platforms, for internal meetings or for broadcast - just get in touch for more information.

Furthermore, high resolution images and a weekly video are available for instant download through your Lobster Vision online viewer. Visit our Content Creation page for more information.



Around a month before your project’s estimated close date, we will get in touch. At this point, we can discuss if you are ready for your cameras to be taken down, or if you need them to remain in situ a little longer. We completely understand that often there are unforeseen delays on construction projects, so we can be completely flexible if your project is progressing a little behind schedule.

Alternatively, if the project finishes earlier than expected, simply drop us a note and we can then arrange for removal of the cameras.



Once we have confirmation you are ready for your cameras to be removed, one of our Operations Team will be in touch to arrange a suitable date for us to access the site.

Our technicians will arrive on site and complete the process, removing the camera and equipment. If you have purchased a mast as part of your project, this will be left in position, whilst smaller mounts and fixtures will be removed at the same time as the cameras.



Once the cameras have been removed from your site, our Production department will be in touch to begin discussions regarding next steps. 


Would you like to know more?

Check out our case studies or showreels, or get in touch.

Posted on June 20, 2018