Time-Squished Photos Turn Random Moments Into Patterns | Raw File | Wired.com
Pelle Cass has put a new spin on people-watching and taken street photography to another level with his project Selected People. For each photo in the series, he essentially crushes time-lapse photography into a single frame.To achieve this, Cass sets his camera on a tripod somewhere in a public space around the Boston area where he lives and takes anywhere from 100-300 pictures from the exact same spot. Back in his studio he combs through the photos and decides which people, or animals, he likes. Those people or animals are then photoshopped into one frame, creating a collage of sorts.