Sunday, 31 January 2016

AS Art Energy Power Dynamism Muybridge

Eadweard Muybridge was an English Landscape photographer who while in America in 1872 was asked by American Horse Breeder to settle an arguement about Horse movement. Using a bank of 12 cameras Muybridge produced series of photos that showed the stages in a movement.

Muybridges series of photos freezing movement were meant as an means of analysing movement, though he quickly realised the prints could be fixed in a zootrope to create a simulated moving image. By 1878-1880 technogy enabled the beginning of moving film,

Salle Gardner at a Gallop animated photos by Muybridge