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Dr. Harold Edgerton, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

The inventive mind of Dr. Harold Edgerton is responsible for some of the world’s most pioneering photographic devices and techniques. As a scientist, Edgerton worked with the famous marine biologist Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Leticia - Emon Toufanian

Darkshapes is a collection of sights and sounds, curated by Jimmy Walker.

Zoltán Glass- portrait of Ballerina Violetta Elvin, 1958 , published in Zoltan Glass, How to Photograph Beauty, Whitestone 28, 1959

Zoltán Glass- portrait of Ballerina Violetta Elvin, 1958 , published in Zoltan Glass, How to Photograph Beauty, Whitestone 1959

Slicing up the image to give a more graphic feel to the photo. This creates emotional tension and a narrative. This could work great for a movie poster.

Slicing up the image to give a more graphic feel to the photo. This creates emotional tension and a narrative. This could work great for a movie poster.

Bobby Jones, the golfer, by Harold E. Edgerton, 1938

Chronophotography: The Photos That Revealed The Secrets Of Motion

Playing with the multiflash. One shot, no Photoshop

Playing with the multiflash. One shot, no Photoshop

Étienne-Jules Marey, Movements in Pole Vaulting (Chronophotographic studies),

Photo by Harold "Doc" Edgerton (1903-1990) - Acrobats. S)

musicbabes: Dancers In Motion, n. by Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton Edgerton was a professor of electrical engineering at the MIT, who transformed the stroboscope from an obscure laboratory instrument into a common device.

Chronophotography - Étienne-Jules Marey (1894)

Etienne-Jules-Marey-Chronophotography In 1889 Demeny attached incandescent bulbs to the joints of an assistant and created the first known light painting photograph “Pathological Walk From in Front”.

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