The BBC has an interesting short interview with Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt, in which he talks about looking for sequences of shots, rather than one-off photos. The video coincides with the launch of his book 'Sequentially Yours' and looks at how a series of photos can sometimes tell more of a story than a single shot in isolation.

Often associated with the Cartier-Bresson's 'decisive moment' idea of photography, here he shows how that there's  fun to be had playing beyond the single moment.