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自2013年，拍照师兼静态图形研讨师 Dan Marker-Moore 开端拍摄天下各地多数市的差别工夫段的图片，然后再把这些工夫段图片组合在一同，从白昼到黑夜，呈门路式增长，最初你会看到如今
自2013年，拍照师兼静态图形研讨师 Dan Marker-Moore 开端拍摄天下各地多数市的差别工夫段的图片，然后再把这些工夫段图片组合在一同，从白昼到黑夜，呈门路式增长，最初你会看到如今的拍照结果。
Since 2013, photographer and motion graphics professional Dan Marker-Moore has tracked the passage of time in cities around the world through gorgeous "time slices," collages created by digitally merging dozens of individual photos captured minutes and even hours apart. With each strip representing a different point in time, the beautifully graphic images illustrate the transition from day to night through gradients, subtle motions, and the flickering of city lights as darkness falls.
"I’ve done enough where I can stand in a location and visualize what a time slice in a location will look like," Marker-Moore explained his process to us via email. Often capturing up to 1,000 photos in a set period of time, he edits a selection of images in Adobe Lightroom and splices them together in After Effects. "The only curveball is usually the weather; it's hard to predict, sometimes. Usually it takes a few tries before I get a time slice finished. I experiment with how many slices and the direction of slices, as well as which segment of time to focus on. I will end up with a few drafts and refine the best one. Sometimes this can be a quick process, but often it takes a few days to get right."