Top 5: Time-Slice Photography


I think I probably made up the name Time-Slice but what I mean by it is layering slices of photo from a time lapse all together in one image like you will see in this top 5.

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Nerhol is a project by artists Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida printing a number of photographs of peoples faces and sticking them on top of each other each one slightly smaller than the last.

Nerhol

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Sam Javanrouh does much the same, but digitally in downtown Toronto.

timelapsed downtown toronto sam javanrouh

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Dan Marker-Morre captured a fantastic video of a stunning moonrise in LA and created this time-slice to show it as a single image.

Dan Marker Morre

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Matt Molloy

Matt Molloy get some really fantastic colours combining hundreds of photos.

Matt Molloy2

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With Fong Qi Wei we return to images where the slices are clearly visible. I like this for the same reason it’s great to see artists strokes on a painting, although it only works well in photos without clouds, some of Wei’s other work which you can see in the gallery at the bottom of the post looks a bit peculiar with a disjointed changing of colour.

Fong Qi Wei

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Here’s something similar and amusing in video format by Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne.

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