Photography is like painting with time and light. My photo teacher from high school, the one who would sing to himself in the dark room while developing film, told me that. But how much time can one photograph hold, and what does that look like in different situations? Are long-exposure photographs and composites of images more realistic because they hold more moments, more realities, than a single quick shutter speed? These are some of the questions that I think about while experimenting with the amount of time I let into these photographs.