Amazing photos show Shanghai and Hong Kong change from day to night

By Erik Crouch, April 2, 2015

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These shots, captured by photographer Dan Marker-Moore, show far more than your standard photograph. By taking many photos over the course of a few hours and then splicing them together into singular images, Marker-Moore is able to show both day and night in the same shot - to a very cool effect.

Taken in Shanghai and Hong Kong, these shots include each city's daytime haze and nighttime neon-lit buzz.

Marker-Moore does more traditional photos as well, like this one below from Hong Kong. He's got a lot more going on at his website, which is definitely worth checking out.


H/T Sploid

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