Adam Wilson Ltd.

Time Lapse Films and Photography for the Construction Industry

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ADAM WILSON PHOTOGRAPHER - CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY -  CONSTRUCTION TIME LAPSE  FILMS- PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

UK - EUROPE

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Founded in 1997, we specialise in on site recording of engineering and construction projects for some of Europes largest clients. We have an in depth knowledge of the construction process and have been active in the construction industry since 1982. We call upon this specialist knowledge when carrying out our on site activities, which range from large format progress photography to multi camera time lapse filming over periods of several years.

Our multi-national clients call upon us to record their most prestigious projects as they know that we will deliver on budget, on time and to a very high standard.

We have created time lapse films for high profile projects such as the O2 Arena, London, The London 2012 Olympic Main Stadium and The Woolwich Arsenal Crossrail Station Box and OSD.

Our time lapse cameras record above HD as a minimum standard and we only use cameras and lenses from Nikon and hardware from Apple. All our remote streaming cameras are equipped with this high quality hardware as equipment reliability is one of our top priorities. As a result we can remotely communicate with our streaming cameras from anywhere in the world, ensuring that they are recording at all times.

Our on site cameras record data at very short intervals and stream this to our servers in the UK and Denmark, ensuring that your construction project is well recorded and that the data is safe and backed up in a secure and reliable way.

See a selection of time lapse films of the major construction projects that we have been involved in, from our first commercial time lapse film at the O2 to our latest work at Crossrail, London.

We started out photographing for structural engineers and magazines in 1997 using a Large Format camera and 5” x 4” slide film and have seen the progression of photography from film based media to digital. We still enjoy making photographs as much now as when we first started.

We have performed several in depth tunnel condition surveys of The Blackwall Tunnel and The District Line, London and hold current permits to allow us to work on the London Underground network.

Along with recording the construction process we carry out completion photography of the finished project for advertising and magazines.

As well as a making a detailed recording the construction project from start to finish, it is also important to photograph the people involved in these major construction projects.