Weekly Photo Challenge: Sequences
This photo challenge was inspired by Tatiana and posted over on Travel Art Pix. Tatiana submitted her very photographs for the Photograph the Color Red challenge here a few weeks ago. She very creatively showed us How to Eat an Apple.
I thought we might all take a leaf out of Tatiana’s book. This week’s challenge is to:
Tatiana showed us how to eat an apple start-to-finish in nine frames. Sequences set up a story with a beginning, middle and end. We did a photo challenge a while back photographing Things in a Row. Sequences are a little different.
This challenge is perfect for showing how to do something – everything from cooking a recipe to creating a piece of art to changing a diaper (I dare you! 🙂
Here is a sequence of images for a photo that I post-processed. Beginning to end.
Sequences allow us to show time passing and changes that happen over time. We often try to capture a story in one image, but sometimes we need a sequence of images to really tell the tale. A day in the life of…. is a great example of a sequence.
I chose this sequence of 3 photos to follow this fellow one night on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. His night starts merry – helped by a bit of liquid merriment – but ends on a somber note.
This colorful fellow in Trinidad, Cuba has so many great looks, one photo just doesn’t do him justice.
But sequences don’t have to follow a time frame. Tatiana also did a sequences of doors from St. John’s New Foundland. It doesn’t matter what order the doors were photographed, she made a sequence of like images. Doors are a great favorite – and I do love to photograph doors! – but other subjects work as well. Here is a sequence of colorful Cuban cars.
And my favorite trees. Oooo! This is fun!
And since it’s almost a new year (!!) How about a sequence of images from 2018? One of my best from each month.
To create these poster collages, I created at template on Canva. Here’s the link.
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