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Pioneering the unconventional concept of TimeLapse photography in Middle East, we video document all kinds of projects and undertakings countrywide ranging from building constructions, roads, bridges to dams, tunnels, power stations, mines, canals, off shore oilrigs and other mega structures. Not to mention a variety of buildings of different types from factories to monumental office blocks.
Even the mundane construction projects become miraculously active with our deft use of technology.
Working with the top-notch companies of the world, we have our headquarters based in Dubai.
We have such adept and veteran staff possessing the adequate technical know how of handling the high-tech customized 4G cameras, which are designed exclusively and are sophisticated enough to operate in extreme weather conditions. They are even pliable to adapt to temperatures as high as +54 degrees or as low as -6 degrees.
With our technically proficient art, TimeLapse is accessible via the 4G networks to our clients, which in turn means you have got real time access to the pictures with all the minuscule details undergoing at your site from any place at any time.
Being the only specialized company in the region, TimeLapse Middle East has got all the dexterous people around who get down to all the meticulous details, flying speck for our customers ensuring that the work is done and dusted blow-by-blow. We make sure we work according to the creative, technical standards of our patrons by setting new benchmarks with every new project. Our work is par excellence, as we have been invariably getting exceptional remarks by our esteemed clients.
Customer satisfaction is our motto. We are earnest in our work and that's the secret of our excellence.
We believe in creativity with 100% transparency of the projects undergoing our supervision. So, we get down to the brass tacks by interviewing the crew working on site to get the work done facing various challenges on a day-to-day basis with every aspect related to the work in progress.
The documentaries we provide our clientele with, can further be used or accessed as per their requirements with respect to the Corporate Videos, Presentation Films, Case Studies, Safety Training Videos, Marketing and P.R activities.
The city of Rome was the largest city in the world between c. 100 BC - c. 400 AD, until Constantinople (New Rome) became the largest around 500 AD. No wonder it wasn't built in a day. However, the founding of Rome is very much embroiled in myth of traditional stories handed down by the ancient Romans themselves to explain the earliest history of their city in terms of legend. This legend also took a while to come to the rest of the world. Infact, Rome wasn't built in a day was a French proverb in the late 1100s but even this phrase was not recorded in English until 1545. Ever wondered how it would be to follow the inch by inch journey of the largest city of its time, especially when cities were viewed as a place that fostered civilization by being "properly designed, ordered, and adorned.
We cannot trace back time but at Timelapse, we can definitely ensure that no such progress goes undocumented any longer, because, you never know which project may someday rewrite history and we surely would not want to not have the details of its origin.
Pioneering the unconventional concept of TimeLapse photography in Middle East, we video document all kinds of projects and undertakings countrywide ranging from building constructions, roads, bridges to dams, tunnels, power stations, mines, canals, off shore oilrigs and other mega structures. Not to mention a variety of buildings of different types from factories to monumental office blocks. Even the mundane construction projects become miraculously active with our deft use of technology.
We do not look at projects as structures but as lessons which must be carried forward to the coming generations as legacies. And while everyone around us is busy in either the race of progress or reaping the benefits of it, we would rather pause, look around and document this progress, to be reminisced fondly with a lot of pride many years from now.
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