He Spent A LONG Time Taking These Photos… Learn How He Does It.
Some travel destinations and sights are so gorgeous, it's hard to look away. Unfortunately, gazing upon some of the world's most beautiful sights from morning until night would put a serious damper on your travel plans.
Luckily, New York-based photographer Richard Silver took the time to do it for you.
Silver traveled around the world with his camera, capturing images that fade from day to night. From architectural sites to famous landmarks, Silver's time-warping photos are getting attention all over the world.
To create these images, Silver took 36 photographs, 30 minutes before dawn, and 30 minutes before and during the sun set. Then, using he digitally aligned the photos from day to night, creating this wonderful time-lapse effect in a single photograph.
Check out Silver's amazing work below. The Duomo in Florence is absolutely stunning.
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey
Parliament Building, London, England
Sulamani Temple, Bagan, Myanmar
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Gateway to India, Mumbai, India
Birds Nest, Bejing, China
Tongariki, Easter Island, Chile
The Duomo, Milan, Italy
Revolutionary Square, Havana, Cuba
Big Buddha, Phuket, Thailand
The Colosseum, Rome, Italy