16.10.13 by Jeff

Time-lapse photos by Pelle Cass

Time-Lapse photos by photographer Pelle Cass

“Selected People”, edited time-lapse photos by Pelle Cass. He has a unique method in which he chooses a location and shoots hundreds of photos which are then carefully layered to reveal serendipitous moments. The Creators Project has just posted a fascinating profile on the photographer and his work. Watch the video below!


Time-Lapse photos by photographer Pelle Cass

 

Time-Lapse photos by photographer Pelle Cass

 

Time-Lapse photos by photographer Pelle Cass

 

Time-Lapse photos by photographer Pelle Cass

 

 

pellecass.com

via: The Creators Project













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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