“Chrono Cubist” Photos by Diego Kuffer

For his “In Transit” series, Diego Kuffer takes multiple photographs of scenes, then creates neat-looking composite images afterwards. Kuffer tells us,

The idea behind the series is all about time, but in a more condensed way, also known as “moments”. I wanted to capture a moment with photography, but it only allowed me to get instants. So I decided to use the idea behind the movie making techniques (a great way of capturing moments) and apply it to photography. So, I took several snapshots of the same scene, sliced them horizontally and vertically, and assembled them in to a single one, chronologically. I like to think about these grammar as Chrono Cubism.

To see more images from this series, visit his website here.

(via Boing Boing)

Image credits: Photographs by Diego Kuffer and used with permission

  • Mikeprice4269

    We did this in our A Level Photography course, as we saw that in the books from years past and we needed to do something for filler…

    Nothing amazingly new present ?

  • Marquito

    Really don’t know what you are talking about. Maybe you slept during class and dreamt about seeing something like this.