Posted: 18 Feb 2010 04:53 AM PST
Sequence photography is a technique of shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. Sequence photography is a wonderful way of conveying motion in a static image. A merged photo sequence can radically show a different perspective much more than what can be captured in a single image.
When you're creating a sequence photo make sure you get all the action you need. This can be done by choosing shooting a moving. Make sure you have a camera that able to do high shutter speeds. A DSRL that can shoot 3-5fps can get you great results. Then set the camera up on a sturdy tripod so displacement between frames. Then determine the exposure and multiply by the quantity of frames you are going to shoot. Another way would be to quickly shoot a series of separate frames and merged them all together later with the help of photoshop. Below are some truly amazing examples of sequence photography. We hope you enjoy them.
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Sequence backmobe | loic2co
Xfighters Madrid | Ray Demski
Björn Dunkerbeck | Ray Demski
Strobed Sequence | JK Photography Studio
Greggins Jumping green water | ivotedforkodos
Snowboard Sequence Photography | Marcio Abe
Mike Metzger | Jake Ashcraft
Experiment | k4rp
Phil on ‘Stab in the Dark’ | Enlightened Fellow
Jordan | mr.ainsworth
Hollywood | Sandy’s dad
Waterjump | Edmunds Brencis
Jeff Jensen | Entity Boardshop
Stonegate Quarterpipe | nickteezy408
Sequence Summer Jump | Dragan Zlatonovic
Snowboarding shots | Jaime Vedres
Coming at ya | Cropley Imagery
All FMX Sequence | Jason Halayko
Falls Clones | Timhaiti
Humpback Whale in Sequence | Seawayblog
Ski Sequence Action | Lev Akhsanov
Aiden Raley | Ty Fitzgerald
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