Digitally “Stacked” Clouds Are Impressionistic, Trippy

April 23, 2013 | Julia Dawidowicz

To give the amazing skies above his Lake Ontario home a deserving treatment, photographer Matt Molloy began developing a technique called “time-stacking.” The process involves the meticulous digital layering of hundreds of photos, taken of the same scene over an extended period of time. Here are the results — these ethereal dreamscapes, whose exploding beams of light and color could have been created by a impressionistic painter’s brush. Woah. More here.