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Timestack Technique Gives Photos a Painterly Feel

Matt Malloy coined the term “time stack” after he piled hundreds of time lapse photos together to form a single graphic image. The result gives his landscapes a painterly feel with broad impressionistic  strokes that shine with light and color. Here’s a selection of some of his spectacular images:

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