These photos made us say, “wow” because they are super stylist and very cool, but once we discovered that these images have not been photoshopped, we let out a deep and resounding “WHOA!” in the Whoa Headquarters. Seriously?! An architect, painter, political activate and cinematic special-effects designer (AND student of cognitive sciences, we might add) by the name of Jay Mark Johnson has managed to create these images using a slit camera that emphasizes time over space. Movement is registered moment by moment as subjects pass by the camera lens – viewing the left side of the picture is not looking leftward but actually backward in time. Johnson admits that the idea for these photos are a result of a chance discovery. He purchased an $85,000 rotating slit-scan camera often used for high-res panoramas. Johnson experimented with stopping the rotation and honing in on one tiny area. And voila! These fabulous photos were born that showcase a scene composed sliver by sliver. Quite outstanding, wouldn’t you agree?