Matt Molloy’s Photography Looks Like Impressionist Paintings

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 Sunsetmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (1)

Fire and Smokematt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (2)

Spunmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (3)

Radiatematt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (4)

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Cloud Coagulationmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (6)

Braided Skymatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (7)

Cloud Chaosmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (8)

See Also: Creative Art Photography by Evelyn Bencicovamatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (9) Photos are merged into one static image, showing a progression of time, movement, and changes in light and shadow — similar to a long exposure photography.

Sky Sculpturesmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (10)

Land of the Giant Lollipopsmatt-molloys-photograpgy-look-like-impressionist-paintings (11)

 

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