Dec 5, 2012

Painted Skies Using Time-lapse Photographs

 

Fellow Canadian Matt Molloy is a photographer and musician who has recently seen his series entitled ‘Photo Stacks‘ spread like wildfire online.

In the ongoing 51-picture series, Molloy merges approximately 500 time-lapse photos (although it can range from 100-2000), stacking them using the ‘lighten’ blending mode in Photoshop. With his camera pointed upwards, the skies suddenly turn abstract, as if he has painted them with brush strokes.

Below you will find a small selection of Molloy’s ‘photo stacks’. For more be sure to visit him on Flickr. Prints are also available on Fine Art America.

 

Matt Molloy: Flickr | Facebook | Prints

 

1.

Shattered Rainbow

 

 

2.

Light Waves

 

 

3.

Land of the Giant Lollypops

 

 

4.

Modern Megaliths

 

 

5.

Light Speed

 

 

6.

After Burn

 

 

7.

Pastel Pallet

 

 

8.

Power Source

 

 

9.

Extraterrestrial Spider Web

 

 

10.

Smeared Sky Sunset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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