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    Name for this type of photo?

    I'm wondering what the name is for this sequence shot in a single frame.

    Are there any programs that will do this? I have a Canon G16 and a tri-pod. It snaps 10-11 shots a second. I'd love to overlay the images


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    I don't use Strava. Don't need an application to tell me I am slow because I already know.

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    Samsung galaxy smart phone does that type of camera mode.

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    There you go. It's called Drama!

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    It's a variant of "multiple exposure". I didn't know samsung could do that. You can do it "by hand" using this technique.




    The camera would need to be set on a timer to take pictures on a set interval. I don't think Canon does this, but Nikon does. you could also use a gopro which has a variable time capture option. If the pictures are spaced out enough in time, you can quickly layer and merge the images in photoshop. If ther e is overlap, you will just have to decide how much you want to blend the layers (i.e., do you want a quick and dirty option or do you want to make it your life's work).

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    Here's a demo of how to do it "by hand"


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