In A Flash: Shooting Snowboard Action Sequences Wondering how to get that winning Sequence shot for Red Bull Illume? Photographer Leo Rosas shows you a few tips and tricks in this video. 03/07/2016 © Leo Rosas Morin A sequence shot is the perfect chance to show an athlete in action, from start to finish and arguably is also the category that takes the most time. Check out some tips and tricks on how to shoot a great sequence. Photographer Leo Rosas Morin (www.leorosasphoto.com) headed out to Absolut Park in Flachauwinkl, Austria, where he met up with snowboarders Adrian Krainer, Seppl Ramsbacher and Clemens Millauer for an afternoon of shredding and sequence shots. Armed with the Sony RX10ii, Leo managed to capture action at a stunning 14 frames per second, making the camera the perfect sequence shot machine. Video shot on Sony A7rii. Get the latest Sony gear here: http://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/cameras.Make sure to check out the gallery below and follow us on Instagram for more photos from this shoot and more great visual actionPhotography: Leo Rosas MorinVideo: Jonathon WilliamsAthletes: Adrian Krainer, Seppl Ramsbacher, and Clemens Millauer Less than 4 weeks to go till the submissions for the world's greatest action and adventure sports photography contest close, so get your submissions in NOW! Download the Ultimate Guide to Red Bull Illume here and mark March 31, 2016 on your calendars! Visit the Red Bull Illume Facebook page for regular updates.