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Elliott Erwitt looks for fun in photo sequences
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.