Split Seconds Gallery

In this online Gal­lery, Abe Kogan presents col­lec­tions of images that tell stor­ies about the cit­ies he visited. The notion of ​‘split seconds’ came about as Abe mused that his camera’s shut­ter speed had aver­aged around 1⁄125 of a second for the hun­dred or so images in one of his books/ So the dur­a­tion of all the action recor­ded in all 110 pic­tures added togeth­er was less than a second. Thus, a series of such books would indeed ​‘Split Seconds’.

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