Tips and ideas for simple sequential nature photography with a basic digital camera
In simple sequential nature photography, various shots are taken and arranged serially in a logical order or a recurrent pattern to convey a story. It is also called photo sequencing technique, which is now an important part of photo-journalism, and consists of arranging multiple images together as a time-lapse status of an event or happening.
sequential photography one has to look for ideas and see change in the
subject's growth or position over time. In its simplest form, this type of
photography gives the impression of visualizing a short story happening as a
discrete and distinct series of steps.
After one has
learnt basic handling of a camera, simple sequential nature photography can be
used to create an image that gathers together more elements than a usual
picture is able to. In advanced cameras, the "Action Sequence Mode" is available
for recording quick action change and with computer soft -wares one can go for
multiple layers to get amazing results.
However, with a
basic camera, a beginner in sequential nature photography can take a number of
sequential shots first. This should be followed by using of Microsoft Picture
Manager and Microsoft Office Publisher to crop and arrange the pictures as a
serialized collage. In nature, the growth of plants, growth of flowers,
behaviour of animals, growth and decay of things, steps in various natural
processes and events can be recorded to make a collage to show the sequence.
sequential nature photograph shows the various stages a flower by arranging the
photographs in the growth pattern. The sequence has been made by using the commonly
available Microsoft picture soft-wares.