When looking at the images made by canadian photographer Matt Molloy, no one can’t help but think they look like an impressionist paiting. The Canadian photographer uses a technique he calls “time stacking”. By layering hundreds of photos digitally, Matt creates the final image.
Smeared Sky Sunset
Fire and Smoke
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Land of the Giant Lollipops