Inspiring the Next Generation of (Time Lapse) Photographers

Posted on December 19, 2018

It's all started to feel a little festive here at the Lobster Pictures HQ after our office Christmas party last week - so we felt it was time to sprinkle the seasonal goodwill a little further afield! 

We pulled together a collection of cameras, lenses and accessories to donate to another local school, in what is fast becoming a Lobster Christmas...

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Cultivating Effective Client-Supplier Relationships

Posted on December 13, 2018

Over ten years working in the construction industry has given us first-hand experience of both operating in a supply chain, and the importance of having great relationships with those around us. In fact, we are both supplier and client, so can speak directly of our experiences on either side. When done properly, a client-supplier relationship can be...

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Six Of The Best: Resources For Construction News

Posted on December 05, 2018

As we all know, the construction sector is in a constant state of change. New developments, emerging technologies and changes in legislation all mean the industry must continually evolve. Despite some criticism that the industry needs to be quicker to adapt, recent moves by some of the industry's key players to adopt new technologies show that things are...

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The Lobster Vision Time Lapse Viewer

Posted on December 05, 2018

Time lapse is commissioned for a number of reasons; remote site monitoring, project management, stakeholder engagement, imagery and films for PR and marketing, documenting/archiving, or even collaboration, visualisation and BIM Level compliance using our unique BIM integration. 

It's important to note however, that not all time lapse viewers are...

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The Future of Video

Posted on November 21, 2018

Video is such an intrinsic part of our service offering here at Lobster Pictures. We have a truly dedicated Production Department who are always looking for creative, innovative ways to showcase our clients' construction projects in the finished films we create. But how might the future look for video? What will advances in technology bring to this...

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Why Use 8K Time Lapse?

Posted on November 07, 2018

Even if you're new to time lapse photography - or indeed the field of photography itself - you might have heard a lot about 8K. But what actually is it? Should you use it on your project? If so, why?

In this article, we unpack all things 8K, with the aim to leave you a little more clued-up on the topic than before you stumbled across our post! By...

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Testing, Testing... Is This Thing On?

Posted on October 24, 2018

We install cameras on all kinds of construction and engineering projects, and we make sure they stand up to whatever kind of punishment you - our very dear clients - can throw at them. We’ve covered the sort of challenging environments that we’ve successfully worked in - at height, offshore, northern Scandinavian winters, summers in Oman - in a previous...

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Case Study: BPG and Sudbury House

Posted on September 12, 2018


BPG Architects + Surveyors, on behalf of Wandsworth Council.


Sudbury House - a 25 storey tower block in Wandsworth, London. The site is situated on the one-way traffic system in the heart of the town centre and surrounded by the congested and busy Southside shopping centre.


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Six Of The Best: Photography Inspiration

Posted on September 05, 2018

You guessed it: we love photography. Going hand-in-hand with the site monitoring aspect of what we do; capturing crisp, stunning images in up to 8K and creating engaging, broadcast-quality films forms the core of our service offering. We truly care about the quality of our images and take our media production very seriously - it's what we feel truly sets...

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How To Commission A Great Video

Posted on August 29, 2018

As a company who specialises in creating engaging videos for our clients - with specific experience in construction and engineering content - we thought we would share our recommendations on how to commission a knock-out video, to get the best finished result and make the process itself as smooth and seamless as possible.



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