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For Exercise 1 Light/Duration we decided to explore an unconventional method in time-lapse photography – having our composition partially change (partially because our subject, Kyle, is always in the same place but the camera is obviously rotating.)

This approach has similarities to more traditional time-lapse (changing background, light, and shadows) but manages to do it in a fraction of the time.

We initially framed the composition in a way to capture the changing environment around our subject. A few shoots in we started noticing that Kyle’s shadow was really emphasizing the change in light and acting almost as a clock hand. Once we got the images on the computer you could see the change in light/shadows on Kyle even more.

Measure was created by: Matt Wiechec, Shawn Mahabir, Kyle Dutka, and Payam Rajabi.

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