Les montages photo, ça peut servir à faire les cons, mais aussi à faire des choses plutôt jolies. Stephen Wilkes a ainsi signé une série de photographies montrant les mêmes pausages à différentes heures du jour et de la nuit, sans doute en hommage au film de BHL (mais on n'est pas sûr). En tout cas, c'est majestueux, et ça prouve que le meilleur, c'est l'attente.

  1. Colombus Circle, New York

    Happy Thanksgiving!! A born and raised New Yorker, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has been one of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions since I was a child. As a parent, watching my children's faces light up as their favorite characters came around the corner made me feel like a kid all over again. Shooting this Day To Night™ was special to me, not only because of the incredible scene I was able to capture, because as I watched the parade pass by and these famed characters float along, I couldn't help but be brought back to all those mornings in the living room, watching my now grown kids laugh and scream with excitement as they too were overwhelmed by the magic of the moment. #Thanksgiving #MacysThanksgivingDayParade #ColumbusCircle #Spongebob #Spiderman #Sonic #Snoopy #holidays #NYC

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  2. Yosemite

    Day to Night, Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park. A portion of this image is featured on the cover of the January issue of National Geographic in honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. I’ve always been inspired by the concept of using photography as a medium for capturing the passage of time. This is something that we sense but have no concrete way of visualizing. Interestingly enough, this view is one that has remained unchanged over the years. With Day To Night, I set out to give time a visual identity. I photographed continuously over the course of 26 hours, and then digitally blended moments from the day and night, including the moonrise, into one image. This photograph reflects views that have been seen by millions in the 100 operating years of the National Park Service, a shared experience boiled down to one single image. For those in the NYC area, this image is currently on display at my Day To Night exhibition at @brycewolkowitz gallery in Chelsea. Stay tuned to see more of our National Parks, including the completed images from my current series, Day to Night and find the feature story in National Geographic online now (link in my bio) or by picking up a copy of the issue, nothing beats holding it in your hands! #Yosemite #NPS100 #StephenWilkes#NationalParks #Family #GoOutside #BryceWolkowitzGallery #PeterFettermanGallery #MonroeGallery

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  3. Times Square, New York

    Photo by @stephenwilkes: Day To Night, Times Square on New Year's Eve. Each year, millions of eyes are on the Times Square, New Year's Eve Ball as it steadily lowers marking the arrival of a brand new year. Whether you are celebrating with a quiet evening in or part of the busting festivities that this night brings, I wish you all a very Happy New year! This image, part of my series Day To Night, was taken over the course of 15 hours, as Times Square transformed from day to night. The best moments photographed are then digitally blended together, reflecting the location's drastic change from day to night, seeing the changing of time in a single image. Be sure to follow me @stephenwilkes to see a detailed view of the chaos and magic that surrounds Times Square on this magical night. #TimesSquare #NYE #NYC #DayToNight #StephenWilkes

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  4. Paris

  5. Coney Island, Brooklyn

    Stephen Wilkes photography #stephenwilkes #photo

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  6. Chicago

  7. Venise

  8. Times Square, New York

    seeing time x #stephenwilkes. #timesquarenyc (2/21/16)

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  9. Paris

  10. New York

    If you like collages, the following photo project called 'Day to night' might be very interesting for you. The author, American photographer Stephen Wilkes managed to capture a whole day in one shot. A single image is composed of an average of 1,500 frames captured by manual shutter clicks over a period of anywhere from 16 to 30 hours. The result is unique and astonishing pictures from different parts of the world. #youthtime #ytmagazine #youthtimemovement #ytmovement #newyork #flatironbuilding #collage #photoproject #amazing #beautiful #lights #lightsofthecity #city #ny #nyc #newyorkcity #newyorknewyork #newyorklife #street #streets #??????? #??????????? #inspire #inspiration #photographer #photograpy #wilkes #stephenwilkes #daytonight

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