I've always been a fan of Paul Dorpat's "Now & Then" feature in the Seattle Times. I noticed a guy in the UK was making composited cross-time images by matching Google's Street View with vintage photos. I made some of my own -- Handy way to time travel without leaving the house, though I sometimes do take the present day shots when things don't align. All images can be clicked to see a larger size.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Then & Again On The Air!

 
I did a little interview with Evening Magazine, a local news and human interest show on KING-5 here in the Northwest. We talked about my cross-time images and some of the underlying ideas that motivate me to make them.
 
You can see the segment online here:

http://www.king5.com/story/entertainment/television/programs/evening-magazine/2014/09/17/clayton-kauzlarek-seattle-history/15694031/

And yes, they did misspell my last name. It's traditional.

6 comments:

  1. Do you have any prints available?

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  2. Not at this time! I've been thinking about doing something like that, though. I'll be sure to post here if I do.

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  3. The art that you post is incredible. Being a young woman who enjoys the history of this lavishly growing community I find it fascinating. I truly hope you can expand on this and take your work to other areas of the grand states.

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  4. Thanks, Jaycee! I'll definitely keep making more images. I'll probably make some of other locales down the road (so to speak). In the meantime, I encourage anyone with a computer and some spare time to make their own images! It's fun, and not super hard to do.

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  5. Greetings and My question is :what technique did you use to make the croos-images please.
    great site

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  6. I'm so behind the times! These images are amazing!!

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