The End (2011)
”The End” is about love and heartbreak, destruction and regrowth. It showcases the melodrama of a crumbling relationship over the backdrop of the apocalypse. The focus is on desolation at a smaller, more intimate scale rather than at the world-wide level, but the dissolution of a personal connection and the end of the world play out as parallel events, accompanied by the heightened emotions and uncertainty that they both elicit.
For the entire year of 2003, photographer Robert Weingarten decided to throw out everything he knew about photography. Instead of always looking for something different to capture, Robert decided to focus on the same piece of sky at the same time of every morning.
His 6:30 A.M. series takes you on a picturesque journey through the ever-changing hues of Santa Monica Bay sunrises.
via Faith is Torment
Each of these images are an entire roll of film diligently shot frame-by-frame!
You can see Thomas Keller’s sketches that he used to plan out just how he was going to shoot each roll.
If you’re into these, check out our feature on Martin Wilson’s contact sheet art.
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