vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
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vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info
vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info
vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info
vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info
vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info
vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.
Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time slice—and I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.
These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 
In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”
To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.
Zoom Info

vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.

Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time sliceand I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.

These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 

In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”

To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.