Eadweard Muybridge

the first motion sequence photos were taken by Eadweard in 1878 when Leyland Stanford asked him to investigate animal locomotion as a miracle in itself, so he set up a battery of 12 cameras at Palo Alto and developed a set of electro-shutters and timers. He then began taking a series of 6, 8 or 12 phases of the horse in motion.

Im going to use this idea and take pictures of people from the sports center running so i can look at the movement of the foot. manhorse-vehicle-em8152


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