How Clouds Move from Starts with a Bang

An interesting post from Starts with a Bang about moving clouds in one large Image.
The daytime photo techniques are incredible for showing how clouds move over time and appear to smear out across the sky, painting a glorious natural picture.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
When even more frames are added, it can produce skies that look like they’re straight out of a painting.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
But the photos that blew me away the most were the ones that combined day-and-night in a way I’d never before imagined: not only with sunsets and clouds, but with the color of the aurorae thrown in there, too!
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Image credit: Matt Molloy.
Matt’s photos are truly works of art to be marveled at, and you can purchase them here. There’s also an interview with the 29-year-old Canadian photographer, where he reveals that these sunset track images typically consist of 100 to 200 photos each!
Found via This is Colossal and Bored Panda, and you can see even more at his flickr gallery or over at 500px. Happy weekend, and don’t forget to pick your jaw up off the floor before you go!

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