JFE Attridge asked Humanoid to capture their installation of a unique scaffolding solution for restoration work to a viaduct. Taking place over 2 days, the process would need to be visible from a number of angles.
We used two DSLR cameras to capture simultaneous timelapse sequences from opposite viewpoints on the riverbank. Triple exposures were taken to record a full dynamic range, and combined in post-production.
The resulting timelapse sequence captures the process of erecting a scaffold across the full span of the viaduct. It has been used as a promotional tool to secure future work and as a case study for training purposes.
Humanoid travelled to Halton this week and set up camp in the shadow of the Frodsham Viaduct to shoot a series of timelapses for new client JFE Attridge Scaffolding.
One of the UK’s leading independent scaffolding companies, Attridge commissioned the timelapses to illustrate the complex scaffolding work and specialist expertise needed to perform maintenance on large, prestigious structures like the viaduct.
Braving extreme weather conditions, Humanoid’s crew captured the gradual progress over a period of two days using a combination of extended video recording and high dynamic range photography. The resulting sequence, shot from a number of different angles, will feature in JFE Attridge’s promotional material.
Click the link below to watch JFE Attridge’s viaduct scaffold timelapse.