Dan Marker-Moore slices elements of his Los Angeles photographs to create one magical piece. He uses a technique called ‘Time-Slicing’. A time-sliced image is a montage of photographs taken over a period of time and then combined to create one cohesive image. As told to City Lab, Marker-Moore says of the process, “Nothing is really frustrating about the process. Going to a remote location high above the city and taking a long break to watch the sunset while the camera takes a picture is great.” His pieces capture the brightness and beauty of the colorful vibrations of Los Angeles.
In this video from Marker-Moore’s site, he shows us how exactly he goes through the process of creating his sliced masterpieces: