We’re continually in awe at the cool time lapse videos, projects and applications that we receive from our customers. From the construction of massive gas tankers to the completion of building murals, our customers are creatively capturing the world around them with time lapse photography. Here are five of our favorite project features over the last few years.
Customer James Reid recently shared his footage that documents the building of Gluyas Motor group. This construction time lapse was taken to capture the major milestone of tearing down the old building and building the new workshop and offices.
CamDo customer Tony Leja recently shared footage of the construction of a 25 unit tiny home community for those in need in Detroit, MI. Leja used Blink and a GoPro HERO4; and the project has been running for 15 months. So far, seven homes are completed, six are under construction and they expect to complete the project this spring.
Customer Jean-Dominique Lamy recently sent some unique footage of a construction time lapse of the renovation of the Pont Transbordeur. The construction renovation project will last for three years, but he is capturing time lapses in two-month increments of the main construction events.
CamDo team member Yarin recently shot this gorgeous time lapse while on an early season backcountry snowboarding trip. While putting in his first few turns of the season, he also wanted to put BlinkX to the test in some cold weather.
CamDo customer Bobby Gibson shared a video of a recently completed construction time lapse for the Utah Department of Transportation, highlighting one of their latest projects: a tunnel being built and slide into place over a two week period using Blink, SolarX Enclosure, HERO4 and Swivel Arm mount.
The CamDo team gives you a peek behind the curtain of the new and improved BlinkX. Packed with amazing features and now compatible with GoPro HERO5, this is our most powerful time lapse controller yet.
Peter Drury has been tasked with documenting the building of an inner city park from the Hamilton New Zealand local government authority. Using Blink and a Solar Enclosure, not only does he create impressive construction time lapse photography of the project, but he weaves different angles of both time lapse and straight video together to create a truly interesting perspective of the work.