Time stacking?

Tyroop

EOS 80D
Jun 30, 2013
124
12
HDR, focus stacking, and now blending multiple images from different parts of the day into one image.
Interesting idea.

http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-canada-43119445/photographer-stephen-wilkes-shows-day-to-night-in-one-image
 

Mt Spokane Photography

I post too Much on Here!!
Mar 25, 2011
15,526
755
Its a enormous amount of work involved, and a lot of skill. I'm not sure I get the point, I think its like mountain climbing, I want to use my skills to do what only a few can do.
 

Zeidora

EOS 7D MK II
Feb 15, 2015
668
10
Rather a collage of sorts. I just wonder what computer hardware he uses with >1000 layers x 100 MP image. Beachballs anyone?

There is the burst-shot noise-reduction time-stacking. That is more akin to HDR/z-stacking.
 
He edits between 1200 and 2200 images of the same scene and it takes a month to edit? :eek:
I mean the photos are kind of cool, but not that great. Doesn't seem worth the effort to me, but as long as he enjoys it. If he makes money at it (which I have no idea) even better.