These Sochi 2014 photos of Olympic athletes captures them in rapid succession and creates a sequential timeline of their performance.
When it comes to photographing the Olympics and ensuring that your pictures get noticed, it's almost an Olympic event in and of itself. These Sochi 2014 photos are certainly noticeable as they take multiple photographs at split-second intervals and then combine them into a single image. For a still image these 2014 Olympic photographs capture a tremendous sense of movement, while at the same time slowing the game down enough for you to savor every movement and second, especially for events like speed skating which are over in a few short minutes.
With these Reuters sequential Sochi 2014 photos, you'll be able to see and appreciate the game in a way that you may have not seen before.
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