Day To Night

…Photography can be described as the recording of a single moment frozen within a fraction of time. Each moment or photograph represents a tangible piece of our memories as time passes. But what if you could capture more than one moment in a photograph? What if a photograph could actually collapse time, compressing the best moments of the day and the night seamlessly into one single image? —Stephen Wilkes

Jim Croce wanted to save Time in a bottle; Otis Redding sat on a dock in Sausalito, watching the tide roll away; and it was Al Stewart who, in 1978, observed that “…the picture is changing, now you’re part of a crowd…you’re all alone in these Time passages…”

It is one thing to hear about the concept of Time and quite another to see it illustrated in a photograph. Stephen Wilkes is in the process of redefining our idea of time.


  2 comments for “Day To Night

  1. June 8, 2016 at 10:15 AM

    I watched this talk this morning and thought it was pretty interesting. It gave me some ideas for things to try out.


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