2 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey
Edweard Muybridge perfected the technique of capturing motion in a series of separate photographs.
Chronophotograph by Étienne-Jules Marey But around the same time, Étienne-Jules Marey pursued a slightly different photographic technique for representing movement called chronophotography. We might call it stroboscopic photography today.
Instead of breaking down the action into a series of separate images, he superimposed all the phases of the action into a single image. That makes it harder to study each pose, but it's easier to see the overall path of action and the arcs of movement of the...
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