What is the proper term for this?

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  1. Scurra

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    Time lapse photography.
     
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    I'm not so sure it's time lapse... I think time lapse is when you speed up movies so they look like they happen faster than real life. But I could be wrong. If it's not image sequencing or time lapse then I'm not sure what to search for. :\
     
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    It could be that they took multiple frames where the camera was placed in one spot and kept there for all those shots. Then in photoshop they created layers of each frame and put them on top of each other. I'm not sure the specifics but I've seen tutorials before I'll try and find them.
     
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    Yeah it is done in PS I was just wondering if there is a name for the technique.
     

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