Capturing NYC’s Day and Night in One Frame

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What a wonderful tribute to the city that never sleeps! Photographer Stephen Wilkes has created a project called Day to Night where he merges together beautiful day and night photos of various iconic New York places seamlessly into one. How does he do it? For a minimum of 10 hours, he photographs one scene from the same perspective until he captures day to night within a single frame.

His wonderful series will be on display at Chelsea's Clamp Art Gallery in New York starting September 8 and ending October 29. If you’re in the area between those dates, make sure to check it out.


Central Park


Highline


Park Avenue


Times Square


Washington Square

Stephen Wilkes’ website
via [Flavorwire]





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