50 Brilliant Examples of Sequence Photography

By definition, a sequence is a serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern. Photo sequencing is actually stitching multiple images together and it is a form of time-lapse photography. A change in an object’s position over time is being displayed and it only works when the object moves across a static background. This type pf photography is meant to create a special effect and give the impression that we are visualizing a short story. It is very satisfying to be able to create an image that gathers together more elements than a regular photo is able to. With a camera that has the “Action Sequence Mode” available, a computer software that can handle multiple layers and some patience, anyone can achieve cool results, like the ones that follow today’s showcase: 50 great examples of sequence photography.

Snowboard Sequence

Snowboard Sequence author: Kirill Umrikhin

Fox Jump

Fox Jump author: Mark Bates

Jump!

Jump! author: B S W

Sequence-Plane Landing

Sequence-Plane Landing author: William Lim

Greg’s Photo Gallery

Gregs Photo Gallery author: youcanski.com

“Rodeo 5″ Ski Sequence

Rodeo 5 Ski Sequence author: Mike Tittel

Tomata Kayak Sequence

Tomata Kayak Sequence author: Lucas Gilman

23 Skiers

23 Skiers author: Dan Carr

Phil on Stab in the Dark

Kingfisher

Kingfisher author: Tony House

Moon Eclipse

Sequence

The Sequence

Woodlouse

Woodlouse author: Antoni Ferguson

Sequence

Sequence author: Juan Gargiulo

Freezing Motion – Ski Jump

Freezing Motion - Ski Jump author: Steve Smailes

Jo Chastney – Snowboard Sequence Shot

Jo Chastney - Snowboard Sequence Shot author: Paul Buttle

FMX Superman

“HIT” and “RUN”

HIT and RUN author: son nguyen

Rail Sequence

Kayak Drop Sequence

Kayak Drop Sequence author: David Carlier

Eclipse

Eclipse author: Alessio Tommasi

Up There Sequence

Up There Sequence author: ray j. gadd

Sci Style

Bike Sequence

Bike Sequence author: Felix Dieu

Flying Eagle

Flying Eagle author: The Pyrox

Fast Moving Time

Sequential

Sequential author: Joe Jennings

In the Hole

In the Hole author: Andrew Gilmore

FS Five

Horse Sequence

Horse Sequence author: Michael Kötter

Cork 5 Sequence

Sequence Swinging 2

Sequence Swinging 2 author: blythe83

Flaine Snowboard Big Air Contest Sequence

Flaine Snowboard Big Air Contest Sequence author: Jack Davies

Pelican Island Flying Sequence

Landing Sequence

Landing Sequence author: Kaddy

Gravity of the Situation

Wakeboarding | Lake Austin

Wakeboarding | Lake Austin author: Doug Klembara

Eagle Aerial Combat Sequence

Eagle Aerial Combat Sequence author: jensvins

Joel Lahti Elguerial 540 Drop Sequence

Joel Lahti Elguerial 540 Drop Sequence author: Teemu Lahtinen

Aaron (Explore)

Aaron (Explore) author: ydde72183

Skateborder Flight Sequence / Series

Skateborder Flight Sequence Series author: Martin Zeile

Nan Nan is the Coolest Dude Ever

Nan Nan is the Coolest Dude Ever author: Catherine Ryan

Falls Clones

Falls Clones author: Timhaiti

Flight of the Batman

Flight of the Batman author: Ray Alley

Skate Sequence

Drew

Drew author: captainhook1183

Lizanatrix Jr “Reloaded”

Lizanatrix Jr "Reloaded" author: Direl

Sequence 3

Sequence 3 author: Grzegorz Rogala

Swing Motion

Swing Motion author: Graham_CS

Author:

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3 Responses:

  1. thoppp says:

    Astonishing! Quite exemplary, and truly remarkable.

    ( 2 years and 1197 days ago )
  2. Lavender says:

    Cool, but the horse one is not true sequence photography, just three diffirent horses in a row.

    ( 2 years and 1194 days ago )
  3. Jon says:

    These are great! I am teaching my Photography class soon. Do you have any of the originals (pre-edit) available?

    ( 2 years and 1153 days ago )

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