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 of 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, 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.