Sunset at the Esplanade, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 

Photography is a medium that is famous for freezing time. The word snapshot suggests that a tiny slice of time is recorded for posterity.

But we do know that time is also a dimension, like length, breadth and width. In fact, physicists have a model called space-time: suggesting that time is part of a continuum with the 3 dimensions that we are familiar with.

A photographic print is flat, and essentially is made of 2 dimensions: length and width. Yet through composition and lens focus we give a print depth, which is a dimension that is perceived but not physically part of the photographic print. Great photographs (and great paintings) give information in all three dimensions. The best images are the ones which let you feel like you can step directly into the frame into a world which is on the other side.
 

HDB Rainbow Sunset, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 
But the print is still an instance. Most paintings and photographs are an instance of time. That’s not the way the world works. We experience a sequence of time, and that’s why a video is somehow more compelling than a freeze frame.

I work in the confines of a photographic print, because I like to do so. But in a way, I wanted to break out of this restriction of a single slice of time in photography.

Photographic prints are great because they don’t need power to be displayed. They are more or less permanent. Videos are great because they record a sequence of time which shows reality almost like how we experience. Is it possible to combine the two? And not via long exposure photography where often details are lost from motion.

So I played around with the tools of digital photography and post processing to give you this series: Time is a dimension.

 

Oriental Pearl Tower Sunset, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 

This series of images are mostly landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes, and they are a single composite made from sequences that span 2-4 hours, mostly of sunrises and sunsets.

The basic structure of a landscape is present in every piece. But each panel or concentric layer shows a different slice of time, which is related to the adjacent panel/layer. The transition from daytime to night is gradual and noticeable in every piece, but would not be something you expect to see in a still image.

Similarly, our experience of a scene is more than a snapshot. We often remember a sequence of events rather than a still frame full of details. In this series, I strive to capture both details and also a sequence of time in a single 2 dimensional canvas. I hope it gives you pause and reconsider what you experience versus what you shoot with your next camera phone.

Feel free to contact me if you are looking for prints (TBA), collaborations or looking to do a print exhibit!

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 Own a Time Painting

 

 

Sunset at the Bund, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 

Shanghai Freeway Sunrise, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 

Glassy Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Solo Tree Sunrise, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

 

Bintan Beach Sunrise, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Cable Cars Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Crossandra Orange, Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Ophir Road Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Bougainvillea Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Potong Pasir Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Singapore Skyline Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Raindrop Ripples, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Bali Rock Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved

 

Construction of National Stadium (Sunset), 2013. All Right Reserved

 

Swan Lake Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Tiong Bahru HDB Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

View from hotel in Raleigh at Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved

 

Pearls Centre Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Pavilion Sunset 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

National Day Preview 01, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

National Day Preview 02, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

Heliconia Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Kite Flying at West Coast (Sunset), 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Changi Beach Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Chinatown Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Changi Beach Sunrise 02, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Fullerton Bay Hotel Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Tiong Bahru Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

HDB Sunset 01, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

Heartlands Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

Marina Sunset, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

Rochor Centre Sunrise, 2013. All Rights Reserved.

I know retro effects are all the craze nowadays, with filters and light leaks etc. But in this case we have light leaks… across time. How about that!

 Own a Time Painting

157 Comments

  1. suzy says:

    These are great! I love the idea and the challenge to experience the moment not through a lens.

  2. […] fotógrafo Fong Qi Wei capturou a ideia da passagem do tempo nesta série de colagens feitas a partir de várias […]

  3. […] all things paper (and always words…I am word girl after all). This collage-orific find, ‘Time is a Dimension’, is by Singapore artist Fong Qi Wen who creates hybrid cityscapes and landscapes from a series of […]

  4. […] Time is a dimension, è il titolo dell’ultimo lavoro di Fong Qi Wei […]

  5. […] the passage of time can be somewhat ambiguous without a written explanation. In his latest series, Time is a dimension, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei (previously) explores just that idea by shooting […]

  6. shawn says:

    These are incredible!!

  7. […] en la fotografía, y a su vez de representar sin caer en ambigüedades. En su última serie, El tiempo es una dimensión, el fotógrafo basado en Singapur Fong Qi Wei explora la idea capturando paisajes desde una […]

  8. […] photographer Fong Qi Wei recently explores a new series, “Time is a  Dimension“. This series of pictures are captured at a stationary position in 2-4 hours, mostly of […]

  9. […] somewhat ambiguous without a written explanation. In his latest series, Time is a dimension, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei (previously) explores just […]

  10. […] bastante explorado na arte, e no meio da fotografia, ele toma outras proporções. Na série Time is a dimension, o fotógrafo de Singapura Fong Qi Wei cria uma composição de recortes de momentos para ilustrar […]

  11. Leander Urmy says:

    Very unique and interesting idea, not mention beautiful too. I have done time lapsed images that I compressed into a single image, but your ideas and skills leave me wanting more. Thank you for sharing!
    Lee

  12. […] is een dimensie die zich lastig laat vastleggen op een foto. Fotograaf Fong Qi Wei uit Singapore heeft echter een behoorlijk goed geslaagde poging gewaagd. Hij plaatste een camera op […]

  13. […] Fong Qi Wei explains on his website: […]

  14. […] “Time is a dimension“ Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei explores just that idea by shooting landscapes […]

  15. […] his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the […]

  16. Ryan says:

    Astounding, this project reminds me of burning and dodging photos in photography class. Good work!

  17. […] decidiu transformar a passagem do tempo em uma sequência de colagens de imagens. A série se chama Tempo é uma Dimensão, com o seguinte preceito, pedaços, tiras da mesma imagem tirada em momentos e tempos diferentes, […]

  18. Tito Herrera says:

    This is amazing, is there a guide or best practices to shoot this kind of photos?

  19. Tito Herrera says:

    Very fuckin’credible! Amazing photos. Is there a guide somewhere or best practices to shoot those…

  20. […] mich so ein bißchen an die New York Tag/Nacht-Bilder erinnert: der aus Singapur kommende Fotograf Fong Qi Wei macht Fotos aus einer bestimmten, festen Perspektive, so alle 2-4 Stunden ein Neues. Diese Bilder […]

  21. Jaason says:

    awesome work! awesome idea!

  22. […] dieses Ergebnis zu erreichen hat Fong Qi Wei mit Werkzeugen der digitalen Fotografie und Nachbearbeitung gespielt. Daraus entstanden ist seine […]

  23. Tan Jit Seng says:

    Very nice, may need your help to do one series for me. May I know your charges?

  24. […] fotos fazem parte da série “Time Is a Dimension,” do fotógrafo Fong Qi Wei, que acorda antes do sol nascer, fica brigando com o sono enquanto sua […]

  25. Tiago de Mello says:

    ANIMAL!!!!!!!!!!

    :)

  26. […] Much like Stephen Wilkes who captured NYC at day and night in a single image, photographer Fong Qi Wei brings us photos with more than 3 dimensions. Adding time to the mix, he layers strips from photos of the same location shot over a 2-4 hour timespan, usually at sunrise or sunset to gather an array of various lighting. The result is very unique and in the concentric circle layers it looks as though you are entering the cities through a worm hole of some sort. The series is appropriately titled Time is a Dimension. […]

  27. […] O fotógrafo de Singapura Fong Qi Wei conseguiu capturar e expor a passagem do tempo através de fotografias, na série chamada “Time is a dimension“.  […]

  28. […] it makes me excited about the art scene in Singapore. Today I found Fong Qi Wei’s work: Time is a Dimension. Fong photographs the same landscape over a period of 2 – 4 hours, capturing different images […]

  29. […] a series entitled Time is a Dimension, Wei attempts to convey the passage of time through a series of composite images spanning 2-4 […]

  30. […] photographer Fong Qi Wei believes that time is a dimension (also the name of his latest series of photographs) that is extremely difficult to convey in still […]

  31. […] Qi Wei  found his own way to break out the limits of a single shot in time photography. His Time is a dimension series of various  landscapes was produced from sequences of shots done within 2-4 hours mostly […]

  32. […] своей последней серии, Time is a dimension, сингапурский фотограф Fong Qi Wei исследует только идея, […]

  33. […] his latest project, Singapore based photographer Fong Qi Wei really captured the dimensions of […]

  34. […] photograph from the Time is a Dimension series is amazingly unique and beautiful, where it makes you feel like your looking at these […]

  35. […] Time Is a Dimension by Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei is a series of landscapes shot from single vantage points over a period of 2 to 4 hours at sunset or sunrise, digitally sliced up and reassembled into layered ‘timelapse’ collages that illustrate the passage of time. Sez he: […]

  36. […] Fong Qi Wei takes that concept to a new level with his project “Time is a Dimension.” Rather than use horizontal or vertical slices in all of the images, Fong slices the images […]

  37. Nigel says:

    Awesome concept, Awesome pics! Spectacular!

  38. […] time-shift photos by a Singaporean photographer These photos are great stuffs! Time is a Dimension | Thoughtful Photography __________________ […]

  39. Adele says:

    Fabulous pictures. It reminds me of a Sicilian painter, Giulio D’Anna. Some of my drawings follow the same idea. Very good work!

  40. […] myself a documentary photographer, so when I see super creative work like this new series from Fong Qi Wei, my mind gets blown.  How do people come up with these ideas?? Each one of these images is a […]

  41. Paul Parkinson LRPS (@parkylondon) says:

    I think these are simply sublime and would love to get to know how you did it. If you could do a tutorial video or a step by step I think it would be incredibly popular. Many thanks for sharing, it really made my day seeing these.

  42. […] predictable, though. Thankfully, photographer Fong Qi Wei found a way to shake things up a bit with his lovely time-slice snapshots that show dozens of distinct moments side by side by […]

  43. […] predictable, though. Thankfully, photographer Fong Qi Wei found a way to shake things up a bit with his lovely time-slice snapshots that show dozens of distinct moments side by side by […]

  44. […] of Singapore through Fong Qi Wei’s entire collection of layers of time-changing color, here. And view more of his stunning artwork on his […]

  45. […] predictable, though. Thankfully, photographer Fong Qi Wei found a way to shake things up a bit with his lovely time-slice snapshots that show dozens of distinct moments side by side by […]

  46. […] predictable, though. Thankfully, photographer Fong Qi Wei found a way to shake things up a bit with his lovely time-slice snapshots that show dozens of distinct moments side by side by […]

  47. Tiago says:

    Have you known this software: http://timeshot.inevo.pt/ ?

    I had the idea for this type of photography some years ago and decided to do an app that would allow it easily and with gradients between photos.
    Take a look it might interest you.

    Your images are really great. Unfortunately, even by having an app that make the process a lot easier I wasn’t able to create something even close with what you did :)
    Great job.

  48. Holman says:

    Superb!!!

    Can you make a tutorial about the technique that you used???

    Thanks, greetings from Colombia!

  49. […] Time is a Dimension. Another project I’d like to make a run at. […]

  50. Bryan says:

    These are great. I’d like to see on of a person over time – maybe running into the distance, growing smaller.

  51. David says:

    beautiful work you have there! despite my insane schedule, i just had to stop and soak in your work for a while, and i have to say it’s really reinvigorated me – time well spent! =)

  52. […] fotos forman parte de su serie “Time is a Dimension“, y puedes verlas al completo en su web.Fong Qi Wei nos ha dado permiso para reproducir […]

  53. […] Qi Wei  found his own way to break out the limits of a single shot in time photography. His Time is a dimension series of various  landscapes was produced from sequences of shots done within 2-4 hours mostly […]

  54. […] Qi Wei  found his own way to break out the limits of a single shot in time photography. His Time is a dimension series of various  landscapes was produced from sequences of shots done within 2-4 hours mostly […]

  55. […] singapourien qui utilise principalement la photographie comme medium. Dans sa dernière série "Time is a Dimension", il a capturé les mêmes paysages urbains à des intervalles réguliers (toutes les 2 ou 4 […]

  56. […] the passage of time can be somewhat ambiguous without a written explanation. In his latest series, Time is a dimension, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei (previously) explores just that idea by shooting […]

  57. […] an impact. And it is important for every artist to constantly work towards renewal. Photographer Fong Qi Wei has produced a series of unique photographic collages, but rather than stitching together […]

  58. Bob Melnyk says:

    Wow..!!! amazing creative images… Beautiful work.

  59. […] predictable, though. Thankfully, photographer Fong Qi Wei found a way to shake things up a bit with his lovely time-slice snapshots that show dozens of distinct moments side by side by […]

  60. […] отдельно взятого среза времени в фотографии», — рассказывает Фонг Ци Вэй на своем […]

  61. […] Fong Qui Wei further elaborates on the concept behind his series, which is aptly called Time is a Dimension. […]

  62. […] „Time is dimension” to niejako zaprzeczenie idei fotografii. Jak mówi sam […]

  63. […] I love coming across work by other photographers that puts a new spin on old techniques. The time is a dimension series by Singaporean photographer Fong Qi Wei creates composite images in which each panel shows a […]

  64. Emma says:

    LOVE Your AMAZING Work!
    Saw your Photos on Yahoo.

    Yes – TIME is a DIMENSION.

    Norway Spiral – December 2009
    But this phenomenon has also occurred in other places since the 2009 Norway Spiral. Check this out:

    http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4ADRA_enUS414US415&q=spiral+in+sky

    Also a lot of videos and info on YouTube about the Norway Spiral.
    There was also one in Russia, Israel, Mexico and more.

    Your Work is PHENOMENAL!

  65. […] Slice of Time Photographer Fong Qi Wei places an emphasis on time in his collection of work called Time is a Dimension. His photographs reveal landscapes, cityscapes, and seascapes during a 2 to 4 hour period, rather […]

  66. […] time. But never have I seen such an imaginative way of doing it. Photo artist Qi Wei Fong captures slices of time in a scene in a beautiful way. I especially like the tunnel […]

  67. […] Fong Qi Weis „Time is a Dimension“ bringt den Faktor Zeit ins gedruckte Bild. Wie? Schaut […]

  68. […] s’est penché sur ce casse-tête irréel. Le résultat ? La série de photos « Time is a Dimension » (« Le temps est une Dimension »), donnant à l’artiste le […]

  69. […] со долга експозиција. Наместо тоа, фотографот Фонг Ки Вај за секоја фотографија која е дел од проектот „Time is a […]

  70. […] photograph from the Time is a Dimension series is amazingly unique and beautiful, where it makes you feel like your looking at these […]

  71. […] besoin de lunettes stéréoscopiques pour admirer les photos en trois dimensions de Fong qi Wei. Pendant un […]

  72. […] besoin de lunettes stéréoscopiques pour admirer les photos en trois dimensions de Fong qi Wei. Pendant un coucher ou un lever de soleil, soit entre 2 et 4 heures environ, il photographie le […]

  73. […] You can see many more examples on his website, and read more about his process right here. […]

  74. […]   0 Responses new innity_adZone("1bc0249a6412ef49b07fe6f62e6dc8de", "37585", {"origin": "MY", "channel": "MALAY", "width": "300", "height": "250"}); Gambar di bawah merupakan 24 jam di dalam satu hari yang dihasilkan jurugambar Fong Qi Wei yang berasal dari Singapura.  […]

  75. […] his series “Time Is a Dimension,” photographer Fong Qi Wei would set up his camera about an hour before dawn or dusk and then take numerous shots over the […]

  76. […] in his latest series Time is a dimension, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei (previously) pushes these visual story telling […]

  77. […] Time is a Dimension - While photography can be mostly understood as a medium that freezes moments in time, conveying the passage of it is a notoriously difficult subject to harness. […]

  78. […] Cuando se apela a los superpoderes de la fotografía, se hace con la intención de detener el tiempo y condensar en un chispazo la verdad que se muestra ante los ojos. La dimensión temporal se congela y queda para siempre. Pero, ¿qué ocurre antes? ¿Qué pasa después del instante de ese disparo? Fong Qi Wei ha querido ampliar el espectro temporal que se puede apreciar de un vistazo en su proyecto Time is a Dimension. […]

  79. […] artist, Fong Qi Wei’s Time is a Dimension expresses the concept of time in a spliced up image of one location over a […]

  80. […] les photos qui sont nées de ce collage temporel que vous pouvez retrouver sur le site de Fong Qi Wei, Facebook et […]

  81. […] the Passage of Time through Photography. In a series entitled Time is a Dimension, Fong Qi Wei attempts to convey the passage of time through a series of composite images spanning […]

  82. […] a series entitled Time is a Dimension, Wei attempts to convey the passage of time through a series of composite images spanning 2-4 […]

  83. […] Fong Qi Wei é fotografo vive em Singapura ,muito inspiradora por sinal talvez a cidade asiatica mais incrível, ai esse cara resolveu acordar cedo todo dia ,pegar sua câmera e deixa-la fotografando por incríveis duas 2 horas , e depois no fim da tarde ela clica mais 2 horas de imagens, mas para que ? você deve estar se perguntando! Tudo isso para obter essas imagens incríveis ,criando um time-lapse perfeito com varias imagens de um mesmo lugar, combinado a transição das luzes, em uma cidade realmente linda! Esse Projeto se chama Time is a Dimension […]

  84. […]            Fong Qi Wei é fotografo vive em Singapura ,muito inspiradora por sinal talvez a cidade asiatica mais incrível, ai esse cara resolveu acordar cedo todo dia ,pegar sua câmera e deixa-la fotografando por incríveis duas 2 horas , e depois no fim da tarde ela clica mais 2 horas de imagens, mas para que ? você deve estar se perguntando! Tudo isso para obter essas imagens incríveis ,criando um time-lapse perfeito com varias imagens de um mesmo lugar, combinado a transição das luzes, em uma cidade realmente linda! Esse Projeto se chama Time is a Dimension. […]

  85. […] “Time is a Dimension - My message in this series is to let my audience be aware that time is a dimension we live in, just like water is to fish. Everyone is a photographer nowadays, with the ability to capture a freeze-frame. But we should be cognizant of the fact that our experience is a continuous one, which is sometimes richer with subtle changes.” – Fong Qi Wei. […]

  86. […] photographer Fong Qi Wei has created “Time is a Dimension,” a series of photo collages made from slices of time at various locations. The composites […]

  87. […] his latest series, “Time Is a Dimension” the Singapore-based photographer spends from two to four hours at a time shooting locations […]

  88. […] his latest series, “Time Is a Dimension” the Singapore-based photographer spends from two to four hours at a time shooting locations […]

  89. […] фотограф Фонг Ци Вэй опубликовал свою работу « Измерение время », серию фотоколлажей собранные из фотографий […]

  90. […] that I found interesting are: Reynald Drouhin - Landscape Monolith Matthias Haker  Fong Qi Wei - Time is a […]

  91. […] He then digitally stitched the images together to get a snapshot of time passing over the scene for his series “Time is a Dimension.” […]

  92. […] Source: Fong Qi Wei/Thoughtful Photography […]

  93. These are so beautiful, it hurts a little to look at them. Well done!

  94. […] Composiciónes gráficas con trozos de tiempo […]

  95. Jabi says:

    I really just chanced upon your website, but I love every one of your series. It was really interesting to see familiar places and familiar things through your lens. Needless to say, I’m now a fan of your work.

  96. […] 4 Dimensional Photography (see right). These are simply beautiful. There are a few more here on Fong Qi Wei’s website. […]

  97. […] has been far too long since I put up some photos! This one taken by Fong Qi Wei – a brilliant way of showing time […]

  98. […] Όλες οι φωτογραφίες είναι έργα του Fong Qi Wei που μπορείτε να βρείτε στο προσωπικό του site http://www.fqwimages.com […]

  99. […] Confira mais imagens no site criado para divulgar a série, que se chama Time is a Dimension, clicando aqui. […]

  100. […] ce projet intitulé  Time is a Dimension, l’artiste Fong Qi Wei  de Singapour a photographié différents lieux à chaque heure de la […]

  101. […] or switch to video (and rarely anything in between). Photographer Fong Qi Wei’s photo series Time Is a Dimension attempts to bridge this temporal gap by creating photos shattered into pieces that capture a larger […]

  102. […] or switch to video (and rarely anything in between). Photographer Fong Qi Wei’s photo series Time Is a Dimension attempts to bridge this temporal gap by creating photos shattered into pieces that capture a larger […]

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  104. […] For more of these images, check out Fong’s website. […]

  105. […] Vous en aurez la preuve sur ce site qui présente le travail de l’artiste Fong Qi Wei http://fqwimages.com/time-dimension/ […]

  106. […] Time is a Dimension […]

  107. […] Check out Fong Qi Wei on his website. You can share what you think on his works by leaving a comment below. All images shown above courtesy of Fong Qi Wei . […]

  108. […] série photographique « Time is a dimension » réalisée par le Singapourien Fong Qi Wei, décompose le passage du jour à la nuit, en une seule image. Le lieu est donc photographié à de […]

  109. […] Très original: le concept du time-lapse dont la séquence est réunie en une seule image. […]

  110. Sofian says:

    Siiiick serious!

  111. […] 2. Time is a Dimension. A new way of photographic art.  […]

  112. […] lapse photos before, but Wei has gone about them in an entirely different way in a project entitled Time is a Dimension. Instead of one image made up of one long exposure, Wei has fixed a camera at a location and taken […]

  113. […] → “Time is a Dimension” by Fong Qi Wei […]

  114. […] de Singapura, esta série em especial – Time is a Dimension – é feita com colagens digitais de uma mesma paisagem, porém em horários diferentes. E o […]

  115. […] stunning photographs by Fong Qi Wei are an attempt to capture the passage of time in still images and showcase colorful depictions of […]

  116. […] la série Time is a Dimension, je suis tombée sous le charme des magnifiques gifs animés de l’artiste Fong Qi Wei (plus […]

  117. […] Wei Fong avait déjà réalisé des images où divers moments de la journée étaient rassemblés sur les mêmes images, ils revient avec ces […]

  118. […] based artist Qi Wei Fong’s animated version of Time Is A Dimension, a series of layered collage/composites tracing the passage of several hours in various Chinese […]

  119. […] is a follow up to my previous series Time is a Dimension (TIAD). In TIAD, I spliced different time slices into a single print. That was to work within the nature […]

  120. […] Qi Wei szingapúri fotós tavaly készített egy izgalmas fotósorozatot Time Is A Dimension címmel olyan kollázsokból, ahol egy város- vagy tájkép különböző fényviszonyokban lőtt […]

  121. ibizaman says:

    This is one of the first time I see an irrefutable proof that digital photography is an evolution over “traditional” photography. Just amazing!

  122. […] “movement” or it must become a video. The works of Fong Qi Wei and his series “Time Is A Dimension” attempts to create a bridge between the frozen image and the “movement”. What […]

  123. […] Qi Wei produced these mesmerizing animated GIFs as a follow-up for his photography series “Time is a dimension“, combining different “time slices” into a single […]

  124. […] zeigt der Künstler Qi Wei Fong aus Singapur in seiner fantastischen Serie von animierten GIFs Time In Motion. Lichtstimmungen ändern sich, während der Tag vorüberzieht. Die Grundlage bilden dabei Collagen der Serie Time is a dimension. […]

  125. […] FQW Images presents and alternative way to look at time lapse photography. I really like […]

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