Blurred Skies by Matt MolloyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/blurred-skies-by-matt-molloy.html
A Canadian photographer took an incredible series of shots starring the sky.
Matt Molloy creates amazing photographs that look more like paintings than digital images. To create a similar effect, he uses a conventional graphics editor, in which he overlays several photographs of the same landscape on top of each other, as a result of which the sky looks as if painted with bright brush strokes.
To get one finished work, Matt has to use about half a thousand shots taken at intervals of 5 seconds, and then work hard in Photoshop, overlaying them in a certain sequence.
This way of creating skyscapes allows you to get a more voluminous, lively and dynamic result, filling the pictures with vital light and energy.
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