Cooperative of Photography


Creating a Time Slice

21.05.2015

Photographer Dan Marker-Moore creates fascinating images by stitching a collection of timelapse images into a single image. The technique is called “time-slicing” and involves taking photographs from the same position throughout the day – beautifully capturing the transition of light across a landscape. 

 

“A time-slice is more than a photograph,” says Dan. “I”m excited to see where I can take it.”

 

Enjoy a collection of Dan’s time-slices and a video about him and his creative process below.

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Visit Dan’s website here and pick up one of his awesome Timeslice prints here.


Written by Matthew Rycroft


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