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It is fun to find the line where the image switches from day to night. In the one above it is right around those bushes. This one was also done around a Sept. 11th memorial, you can see the lights in the background.
I love this one in winter, but I don't think I could have stood up in his crane all day and froze in the name of art, could you sit still with him all day?
Perhaps you like the angle of this one better. From the picture can you tell where the sun was compared to him?
This is a fun one of Coney Island. You can see all of the beachgowers enjoying the hot summer day and all of the carnival riders having fun at night. Could you have sat in the hot sun and got the shot?
A talk about Art
Hello, the purpose of this blog is to help bring to life a love of all art that is out there. Here you will find the masters to the most current artists out there. You will have a chance to learn a little about them and share your thoughts on their work. And along the way we will have some fun and questions and trivia about anything ART.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Day and Night in the same work
Have you ever wanted to create a work of art that has both day and night in it? Well photographer Stephen Wilkes has done just that. He positions his camera in a specific spot and turns it on for as long as 15 hours to catch both a night and day image in the same shot.