An incredible project by Stephen Wilkes.
The usual photos we see just one particular moment. Neither before him, nor what will happen after we do not see. But if you look at the photos of photographer Stephen Wilkes, you’ll be able to see the same place at different times of day — from dawn to dusk. How is that possible? Look and read further.
Stephen Wilkes begins work well before dawn and ends well after midnight. He makes about 1,5 thousands of pictures of special places in different cities around the world, and then connects them into one unique image of the city that never sleeps. Photo: the inauguration of Barack Obama for a second term in 2013, Washington.
A photographer arrives on the scene of the shooting long before sunrise to be able to place their photographic equipment. First the Stephen makes at dawn, with the sunrise. Photo: Park Avenue, new York.
Every next photo is taken a few tens of seconds. The latest Stephen does after dark in the summertime after midnight. All his pictures were taken about 15 meters above street level. Photo: Wailing Wall, Jerusalem.
The photographer works mostly in his native city, new York. But even during his travels his camera is in the suitcase. Photo: times square in Manhattan, new York- the celebration of the new year.
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