is a Canadian photographer based in Bath, Ontario who had the idea of taking a bunch of time-lapsed photos and digitally stacking them together.
What happens when time-lapse photos are digitally stacked together?
Matt developed a new photographic processing technique using timelapse photos he calls ‘Time stacks’. Many of these digital art pieces have gained him considerable recognition in the world of photography. He’s been featured on many internet blogs in a variety of different languages, including Colossal, Peta Pixel and My Modern Met. Matt has also been featured in several magazines, Digital Photo magazine (USA and Germany) Digital Photographer (UK) and MISC (world Wide) to name a few. His timelapse photography has appeared on Discovery channel’s Daily Planet and National Geographic’s Untamed Americas.
More about Matt Molloy and his works here.