This Time-Slice Shows the Passing of 10 Months in a Valley

For his latest project, titled “Stratochronokinetics,” photographer and mixed media artist Alexy Joffre Frangieh created a “time slice” view of showing the town of Ehden, Lebanon, over the course of a year.

Here’s an interactive version of the work on Instagram (you can click/swipe to show more or less months):

A post shared by Alexy Frangieh (@alexyfrangieh) on Mar 5, 2017 at 10:51pm PST


Frangieh, who serves as a Nikon Ambassador, specializes in photography that involves sequences — things like time-lapes, virtual reality panoramics, and mosaic imaging. To create “Stratochronokinetics,” Frangieh used 10 frames out of a whopping 183,000 photos he shot of the valley over the course of a full year. Here’s a timelapse showing what importing timelapse photos on this scale looks like:


Since there were so many photos to sift through, Frangieh used SQL querying and data mining technologies to find the 10 photos he ended up using for the time slice. Here’s the same project as a sequence of images:

What else can you do with 183,000 photos captured over a year? A full-year timelapse, of course:

A post shared by Alexy Frangieh (@alexyfrangieh) on Mar 22, 2017 at 9:16am PDT


You can find more of Frangieh’s work on Instagram and 360cities. You can also find our prior stories about him here.

from PetaPixel


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