Past Present Future London: Etienne Jules Marey Strobofotografia
Three ways to look at time Animating a photograph by Etienne-Jules Marey
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postmortem lols: cat gifs of the late century and marcel duchamp While researching Duchamp’s notion of the fourth dimension (revising my first chapter), I stumbled upon Étienne-Jules Marey’s.
Etienne-Jules Marey Tilted plane, angle, third version of the smoke machine equipped with 21 channels 1899 Modern print after the negative plate with gelatino-bromure on glass Paris, Cinémathèque française
Etienne-Jules Marey Three associated concave surfaces, angle, fourth and last version of the smoke machine equipped with 57 Modern print after the negative plate with gelatino-bromure on glassParis, Cinémathèque française
Muybridge motion studies made everyday movements seem rhythmic and beautiful.
Étienne-Jules Marey “Like his contemporary Eadweard Muybridge, Marey, a physiologist, was interested in the science of human movement. By he had developed a single camera method that he called.
These photos are interesting. I think its a great way to capture movement of a dancer that would otherwise go unseen by the human eye beautiful portrait of a dancer.Nude: Photo Series by Shinichi Maruyama
Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili
Stroboscopic image of ballerina Nora Kaye performing a pas de bourrée in
Chronophotography: The Photos That Revealed The Secrets Of Motion
The work of French scientist and chronophotography pioneer Etienne-Jules Marey, which shaped the course of modern visual literacy.
Eadweard J. Woman Jumping, Running Straight High Jump: Plate 156 from Animal Locomotion Collotype.
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Afbeelding Eadweard Muybridge - Two Men Wrestling, plate 347 from ''Animal Locomotion'', 1887 (b/w photo)