Sequencing Images

Behind the scenes, I’ve been experimenting with different ways to display some of my concert photography.  One of the things that occasionally frustrates me is picking a single image from a burst of images.  I lay my finger down on the shutter button hard for a couple of seconds, hoping that one of the shots will be usable — that the performers mouth isn’t weirdly contorted, or that the guitar in the background isn’t moving into frame in an odd way, etc.

Sometimes, you get a whole sequence of good images and you just can’t figure out how to pick one.  You flip through them enough that you see them as a video loop.  And then you realize, “Hey, why not show them all?”

Why not, indeed?   Here’s an example from the Nick Stefanacci Band show from a few weeks back.  I’m almost done processing those images, at last.

Sequencing your images

85mm, f/1.8, ISO 2500, 1/160th

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