Time Slice 1.0 Makes Creating Time Slice Photos Really Simple

Image by Hafiz Ismail. Used with permission

Image by Hafiz Ismail. Used with permission

The trend of creating time slice images is starting to become more and more popular amongst photographers. For those of you who haven’t caught onto the trend that folks are going gaga for, it’s when you shoot images of a scene throughout a long period of time and combine them all into one image with sections of them starting at the earliest part and the other end of the photo conveying the most recent photo.

Doing this literally means working with layer after layer in photoshop and getting just the right amount of blending in the photo. It’s a heck of a lot of work, but Time Slice 1.0 is looking to change that in the same way that timelapses have been made much simpler.

The program compiles your photos and lets you select which ones don’t enter the final image. You can tell it to do things like take every other image. Then you import the photos and fine tune the settings to be radial, linear or you can add in other configurations.

Time Slice is available now for $19 for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.