Stephen Wilkes captures striking images of famous cities transcending from day to night, using over 1 000 photographs taken over a 24-hour period.
These dramatic and surreal photos draw a variety of timeframes into one still image.
Stephen wakes up early and uses a crane to get a good aerial view of the landscape he is shooting. The final photograph is made up of about 50 pictures chosen from the entire series.
He was inspired to create the pieces after studying David Hockney’s work, where he shot 250 pictures for a single image.
To see more of Stephen’s work, visit stephenwilkes.com.