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Time stacking allows you to convey the passage of time in a still image and is the brainchild of Canadian photographer Matt Molloy (you can see his work at It works by blending together multiple photographs of the same scene that have been shot over a certain period of time.

While a sturdy tripod is a must to retain the exact same framing for each shot, subtle movement within the landscape is required to convey how the scene changes over time. We captured a cloudy

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