Photography Inpiratation: Smeared Skies

April 30, 2013 • By Joe Howard • In Photography

‘Timestacking’ is a technique pioneered by Ontario based photographer Matt Malloy. Matt began experimenting with time-lapse techniques by taking hundreds of photos as the sun sets and the clouds move through the sky. He then digitally stacks hundreds of photos to reveal shifts in color and shapes reminiscent of painterly brush strokes smeared across the sky.

You can find out more about Matt’s ‘timestack’ technique over at Digital Photo Magazine and prints are available here.

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Joe Howard

Joe Howard is a hybrid designer, front-end developer and graphic designer. He's also the founder and editor of Pencil Scoop. You can follow him on your preferred social media platform.

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