Piecewise Sky

The summer sky photographed straight up from various locations and then pieced together to create a single, less specific image of the sky.

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The classical view of a portrait is that it captures the “essence” of the subject, however that is not exactly true. The subject cannot be fully portrayed by a photograph because it is simply an image. The black and white extreme close-ups of a single face attempt to mimic this flaw in portraiture. It is impossible to tell from a single image what the face looks like as a whole. However, when the photos are taken as a whole, they become a much more complete depiction of the face, though still lacking in detail.

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Multiple photographs taken in order to convey a journey. However, instead of traveling through space, these images instead travel purely through time. All are taken from the exact same location and angle, simply at different points in time.

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