Smeared Sky Sunsets

Believe it or not these stunning sunsets are not the work of a talented oil painter but are in fact the result of incredible time lapse technology. These awe-inspiring photos of the sky were created by using the technique of over lapped multiple exposure that are then skilfully ‘stacked’ on Photoshop. Matt Molloy, 28, of Ontario, Canada, uses the same process when capturing star trails and can use up 1000 different images for one sunset picture.

Believe it or not these stunning sunsets are not the work of a talented oil painter but are in fact the result of incredible time lapse technology. These awe-inspiring photos of the sky were created by using the technique of over lapped multiple exposure that are then skilfully 'stacked' on Photoshop. Matt Molloy, 28, of Ontario, Canada, uses the same process when capturing star trails and can use up 1000 different images for one sunset picture.

Believe it or not these stunning sunsets are not the work of a talented oil painter but are in fact the result of incredible time lapse technology. These awe-inspiring photos of the sky were created by using the technique of over lapped multiple exposure that are then skilfully 'stacked' on Photoshop. Matt Molloy, 28, of Ontario, Canada, uses the same process when capturing star trails and can use up 1000 different images for one sunset picture.

Believe it or not these stunning sunsets are not the work of a talented oil painter but are in fact the result of incredible time lapse technology. These awe-inspiring photos of the sky were created by using the technique of over lapped multiple exposure that are then skilfully 'stacked' on Photoshop. Matt Molloy, 28, of Ontario, Canada, uses the same process when capturing star trails and can use up 1000 different images for one sunset picture.

Believe it or not these stunning sunsets are not the work of a talented oil painter but are in fact the result of incredible time lapse technology. These awe-inspiring photos of the sky were created by using the technique of over lapped multiple exposure that are then skilfully 'stacked' on Photoshop. Matt Molloy, 28, of Ontario, Canada, uses the same process when capturing star trails and can use up 1000 different images for one sunset picture.