801 South Street, Time Lapse

801 South Street – Photo Log

Posted on 12 May 2014

The widest lens I have for my Nikon D60 is the 18mm to 55mm lens that came with my D60 kit. In order for me to capture the construction of the first building at 801 South Street, I have to take multiple shots of the building and then stitch them together using a photo stitching […] Continue Reading

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801 South Street – October 2013 to March 2014 – Video Log

Posted on 09 May 2014

It’s May 2014, and it’s been over six months since I posted a Video Log update for 801 South Street. My Canon A710is is shooting 24 hours per day 7 days a week at 5 minute intervals, that’s over 8,000 photos per month. More than half of the photos are not usable: Night Shots, Glare, […] Continue Reading

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801 South Street – October 2013 – Photo Log

Posted on 01 November 2013

The first tower crane is up, and the top of the crane is out of the view of my cameras. It looks like the construction site is getting a second smaller tower crane for the construction of the parking garage. What looks like a Matson container cut in half diagonally lengthwise, seems to be what […] Continue Reading

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801 South Street, Time Lapse

801 South Street – First Tower Crane Time Lapse

Posted on 30 October 2013

I have always wanted to see how construction tower cranes are assembled and raised. I knew I would miss it due to work, so I set up another video camera to focus on the crane assembly. Continue Reading

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801 South Street – September 2013 – Video Log

Posted on 20 October 2013

You can see the tower crane sky rocket out of the frame around midway through the video. Continue Reading

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801 South Street – September 2013 – Photo Log

Posted on 01 October 2013

You can see the foundation starting to form and the tower crane was erected in the middle of the month. Continue Reading

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