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Hi and welcome to our April newsletter. Read on for an update of Perth Airport's gate changes, discover the key differences between time-lapse photography and CCTV and how to decide which one is best for your project. Plus, we showcase some of our recent commercial photography images in a look at our work outside of time-lapse.
Timelapse vs. CCTV

We regularly encounter project managers who are stumped when it comes to how best to capture site works.

Ideally, you want to capture as much as possible, in the best possible resolution with the least on-site interference, in addition to having remote access to the footage.

Most people land on two major options; time-lapse photography or CCTV, but often get stuck here finding themselves unsure which one best meets the project's needs.

This scenario prompted us to pen a piece that thoroughly explains the differences between the two options and when it is best to utilise each one.

Click here to better understand how to use both CCTV and time-lapse photography.
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From the archives

We dip into our archives each month to bring you a look at one of our past exciting projects. It's always nice to see where we've been.

This month watch Vicinity Centres' DFO drop into Perth. In the 2.5 years since it landed, the shopping precinct has since become synonymous with bargain shopping in Perth.
Photo of the month

We regularly come across some impressive images from our cameras on site. This month a particularly noteworthy sunrise painted the skies across Perth. Our favourite shot came from the ONE Subiaco development by Blackburne.

Follow us on our social media channels for regular updates.

Up-gate It

Two gates down and one more to go.

Great progress is being made by Perkins Builders to upgrade the boarding process at Gates 52, 53 and 54 at Perth Airport's T1 International terminal.

The new boarding process does away with the old stairs, instead replacing them with ramps for greater accessibility.
Features on display

Sitevisuals is always out and about, and it's not just capturing our renowned time-lapse images that keeps us busy.

We're also well known for our commercial photography that allows us to capture the finer details of a project.

In addition, we're well equiped to showcase interiors including; shop and office fit outs, classrooms, laboratories, living spaces and more.

Here's a little look at some of the commercial shots we've taken for PS Structures over recent months.
Western Diagnostic Pathology
Schenck Process
Iona Presentation College
Balcatta High School

Freedom - Productivity - Engagement


At Sitevisuals - this is what we are all about!

We seek to capture your sites, subjects and people in high-resolution digital imagery in order to present your business and your activities in the best possible way.

We want you to have:

Freedom – to be anywhere in the world but still keep up-to-date with progress from your desktop, tablet or mobile phone while you're on the move.

Productivity – gains by improving communications amongst your team. You can schedule earlier and finish quicker. Don't tell them, show them! "A picture is worth a thousand words."

Engagement – of all your stakeholders; including your customers, clients, investors, project managers and even the general public themselves. Keep them on-board by showing them the latest imagery in real-time.

If you have an application that would benefit from our services please contact us

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