CamDo customer Albert Sanfeliu recently shared footage of a recent 7-month project that he completed through his company, Pandora Box TV. The video shows the rehabilitation of an industrial warehouse for loading, unloading, and storage of products that arrive via sea transport. The ship was badly damaged, both internally and externally, so steel masts had to be placed outside for the first five months in order to have a high point of the space.
I had the pleasure of traveling to the Yukon in search of Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) awhile ago. Photos of this phenomenon are always pretty spectacular and I wondered if I could capture something similar but in time lapse format using my GoPro. As a backup I also packed my trusty Panasonic Lumix, a nice compact camera with all the requisite manual controls.
I had been wanting to put the latestCamDo UpBlink Time Lapse Controller (which was released earlier this year) through its paces in a more challenging environment and this was the perfect opportunity. We had recently iterated our successful outdoor solar enclosures so I also took one of these along to see what interesting time lapses we might be able to capture.
CamDo customer Tomas Jurjonas of Metropolis Visual recently shared this 18-month Chichester Free School construction time lapse footage with us. The project was a demolition of the now derelict Carmelite Convent in Chichester, UK in order for the building restoration/construction of the Chichester Free School. And we’re not sure what we love more: the beautiful footage or the story of how it came to be.
Kyle Martin, of the popular YouTube channel "Kyle Martin Tech: GoPro Tips and Tricks", had a chance to spend some time with our BlinkX time lapse controller and SolarX solar enclosure. View the video to hear what he had to say.
CamDo customer Bobby Gibson, who has been featured twice before in our blog, including this bridge construction time lapse project and this solar panel installation time lapse, recently shared his overview of the CamDo long term time lapse tools he has been using to capture his construction time lapse footage, namely the SolarX Time Lapse Enclosure.
CamDo Solutions has released CamDoMachine, our free time lapse software, to help you to create time lapse footage easily, quickly, and without bloated software.
Our time lapse software was designed to be simple to use: CamDoMachine can take images from any source, including ShootX, as opposed to other time lapse software like GoPro Studio: it is a powerful tool, but it only allows the use of GoPro footage.
The best part about CamDoMachine? It's completely free!
CamDo customer Bobby Gibson uses Blink time lapse controllers with GoPro HERO4 cameras to capture a solar panel installation time lapse. This project was done for a solar company called Auric Solar to help illustrate how quick and easy solar panel installations really are.
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.
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.