W/NW Photo sequences
Old 02-08-2017   #1
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W/NW Photo sequences

Share your sequences, any sort, any genre...

A sequence is where each image follows in a logical order or a recurrent pattern.

Duane Michals is one of the better known users of this technique, although it's equally applicable to street photography and action sequences.
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Old 02-08-2017   #2
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To start things off:

OM1 Zuiko 85mm f2 TMAX400 in Fomadon LQN. Crop.
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Old 03-03-2019   #4
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Here is a 9 photo sequence entitled "Bob goes to bed" which was my post in the self portrait thread.

edit: sorry contained bad link, reposted.
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I love in-camera-sequences most! Konica AA-35
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Old 03-03-2019   #8
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I love in-camera-sequences most! Konica AA-35
Nice! Reminds me of Hockney...
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Old 03-03-2019   #9
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My post from the "self portrait" thread, a 9 photo sequence titled "Bob goes to bed"

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The Keikyu train line shot through a chain link fence
I am not alone.
This is what we're waiting for
And, there she goes! Shot from the opposite side of the overpass.
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Mike, that seems a lot of people waiting to photograph what looks like an ordinary train - is there something special about it? Vintage train, perhaps?
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Mike, that seems a lot of people waiting to photograph what looks like an ordinary train - is there something special about it? Vintage train, perhaps?
Hi Lynn,

You’re right, the train is not what’s so special it’s the Kawazu Sakura trees to the right of the train that are the attraction. The Kawazu Sakura are an early blooming variety of cherry blossom trees originally from the Izu peninsula and they bloom much earlier than the more common variety found all over Japan.



Train enthusiasts love to get the picture of the train running past the trees. The train company even slows down the trains by that short stretch of trees so that the people inside the train can enjoy viewing the blossoms. It’s actually a big deal.

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My daughter discovering grass at the edge of the sun shade in our back yard. Taken on the FM3A I bought from Keith and a CV40mm f2 Ultron.

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[IMG]january days 1 by john m, on Flickr[/IMG]
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I was done for the day. Riding the train back home I was sitting opposite a couple little girls that were obviously very good friends. They kept laughing and having such terrific fun.


One of them said something that was so funny they convulsed with laughter.


If one could put the joy and friendship these two share into a bottle of medicine it would certainly be a cure for the blues.


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A photograph poem

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Moves in closer


Friend joins her


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