Lobster Pictures Blog

Neumunster, Germany

We installed a Lobster Pot camera at Neumunster, near Hamburg, Germany - overlooking a prestigious new retail development for McArthurGlen. Here's the latest shot, updated every hour:

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Video Screens, Oslo

Our first work in Norway - for digital poster pioneers Esprit Digital. We set up a Lobster Pot to capture the installation in an underground station, and shot some 'single day' time lapse of work in progress.

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After time lapse

BBC Science of Plants

We installed five Lobster Pot cameras at a garden in Scotland, for a flagship new BBC1 series in production: 'Science of Plants'. We're using a wide range of lenses, some prime, some long, some macro.

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Reading Station

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Pope's Road, Brixton

Our favourite demolition client, DDS, demolished a 1970's multi storey car park in Brixton. Here's the time lapse:

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Tyntesfield - Unwrapped

Work has finished at Tyntesfield house for the National Trust (and we're on their front page!). We provided a Lobster Pot - with a fantastic prime lens - for the removal of the scaffold to reveal the renovated roof, over three months. As ever, we...

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Al Ain, Abu Dhabi

We put up three more Lobster Pot Extremes in Abu Dhabi. These are to monitor and time lapse a 'super hospital' in Al Ain over the next three years, for SEHA. Canon 5d mk2, cellular connection, air conditioned, all controlled from Bristol. That's...

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Audi, Bristol

We put up a Lobster Pot camera for Bristol Audi last March. With just a few days before the site opens, excitement is mounting. Bristol Audi have found the camera useful, as explained by Steve Smith:

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Al Mafraq, Abu Dhabi

We installed two cellular Lobster Pot Extremes at a hospital project in Al Mafraq, Abu Dhabi. Fully cellular - the 3G solution is working brilliantly in UAE now. Solar powered, air conditioned, and Canon 5D Mk 2 for great image quality. Nice to...

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Caversham Road, Reading

We placed a Lobster Pot camera above Reading Station over New Year for Network Rail. Battery powered for four days, this provided a great overview on Lobster Vision, and made a spectacular film of the 1000-ton bridge deck being placed:

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