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Stephen Wilkes over time and the effects of this on objects, places and people seems a recurring theme in his work as a photographer . Appellant does not mean repetitive, however, shows in their collections different ways to address this issue and impact with the results.
Day to Night is the title of this collection into a single image that captures the time. The results of this combination of time and space are captivating scenes conjoined almost as if poetry is involved, sunrise, sunset and nightfall in one shot.
sessions Stephen Wilkes they take on average between 16 to 18 hours . Their locations are varied: Central Park, New York, the Eiffel Tower, Paris, Trafalgar Square, London. The thousands of shots made in the days of session are then worked in his studio to form the dreamy images that make up this collection.
Each picture takes you months of editing to combine in one image the thousands of shots that performs at its
, the idea of Day to Night started in a job for Life Magazine where I had to make a panning entire cast of the film Romeo and Juliet Baz Lurman. At that takes a mirror, in which included a different picture of reflecting, thus giving the impression of unreality and over time in a single panoramic appears.
This was a small seed that would mature at the time when, in another in charge, New York Magazine you requested a high line ; in this he captured over time and presented in a single photograph. This would be the first to seek other impressive scenarios for capture time .
in his TED Talk closes with a captivating reflection on one of the most beautiful shots of this collection: the Serengeti. In this national park located in Tanzania photograph made the figure above these lines. Wilkes says that witnessed a phenomenon that we could learn all humans: to share water and respect access to this as sacred . It goes further when he says that while for men the water war looming, animals share this resource even forgetting their predator-prey nature. Something very similar to what Rudyard Kipling explains in The Book of the Virgin Lands when all Selva ago Truce water.
June 14, 2016