#Repost from @stephenwilkes, our favorite photographer and your #ff. Stephen’s Day To Night series captures the beautiful change inherent in timelapse but displays it in spectacular static photography instead. ・・・
Day to Night, Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park. A portion of this image was featured on the cover of last year's January issue of National Geographic Magazine in honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. I am proud to celebrate our National Parks again for #nationalparksweek.
I’ve always been inspired by the concept of using photography as a medium for capturing the passage of time. Time is something that we constantly sense, but have no concrete way of visualizing. Interestingly enough, this view, called "Tunnel View" has remained truly timeless over the years.
In creating a Day To Night, I photograph from locations and views that are part of our collective memory. Working from a fixed camera angle, I capture the fleeting moments of humanity and light as time passes. After photographing for up to 26 hours and over 1500 images taken, I select the best moments of the day and night. Using time as my guide, all these moments are then seamlessly blended into a single photograph, visualizing our conscious journey with time.
It is my hope that this image captures the magical experience that is Yosemite seen by millions, in the 100 operating years of the National Park Service.
Stay tuned to see more of our National Parks, including the completed images from my current series, Day to Night.
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