Human talent and creativity have no limits. Photographer Stephen Wilkes was able to capture a day in New York in a single picture – from several different locations. his “Day to Night” series put together a fantastic series of time-lapse photos, capturing the transformations in the Big Apple – from sunrise till sunset.
What is the technique to obtain such artistic image? Well, you would need to spend up to 15 hours at a single spot. Stephen did that taking up to 1000 pictures of each location. The final image is a result of blending about 50 different photos, so the change of light is very subtle and gradual. A city that never sleeps is what New York looks like in Stephen’s pictures. Stephen's website: stephenwilkes.com
flatiron building, new york city
Stephen Did That Taking Up To 1000 Pictures Of Each Location.
new york public library at fifth avenue and 42ne street, new york city
washington square park, new york city
you would need to spend up to 15 hours at a single spot
the high line, new york city
park avenue, new york city
times square, new york city
The final image is a result of blending 50 different photos
madison square park, new york city
the change of light is very subtle and gradual
luna park in coney island, brooklyn, new york
rockefeller center, new york city
union square and 14th street, new york city
central park, new york city
bathesda terrace and fountain in central park, new york city.
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