Matt Molloy

13 05 2013

All pictures of sunsets are about time. And illusion. For the sunset does not actually exist. It is an accident caused by the refraction/reflection of light. The sun never really sets. These photographs are lovely to look at. They too are an illusion. A trick.

“One day he began experimenting with time-lapse sequences by taking hundreds of images as the sun set and the clouds moved through the sky. Molloy then digitally stacked the numerous photos to reveal shifts in color and shape reminiscent of painterly brush strokes that smeared the sky.”

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8 responses

13 05 2013
theundergroundman1

These are fascinating and so cool. How did you do these?

19 12 2013
David Halliday

this is not my work. It is Matt Molley’s.

13 05 2013
theundergroundman1

Reblogged this on Digital Camera Abundance Blog and commented:
These are incredible, amazing, fantastical photos. I had to share them, thought they looked so curious.

13 05 2013
Talent Flush

Reblogged this on Talent Flush and commented:
Awesome Work. Really Appreciate.

13 05 2013
ubuiwillbme

These are all so cool.

13 05 2013
Jayde-Ashe

These are amazing!!! So beautiful, so creative. Must try.

14 05 2013
Brett

Very cool images!

19 12 2013
william newbold

nice work 🙂

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