Muybridge. I love this pin because as well as being animated through the man's different movements, it has a sense of the ridiculous aspect to it as well.

I find this photo appealing because of the way the action is caught so clearly in each photo. Each individual one transitions smoothly into the next.

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On 'Monsters,' His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

Pinhole photography -- 7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

A man rides a galloping horse as seen in this series of photographs depicting motion. These images, taken by Eadweard Muybridge, demonstrated a then-contentious theory that all four legs of a horse left the ground when at full gallop. From a limited edition of 295.

Beginning of film! "Animal Locomotion Plate 626 Galloping Horse by Eadweard Muybridge

Reminds me of Eadweard Muybridge...but better

1954 by Harold Eugene Edgerton Diver Bert West flips backwards in a multiflash shot that lasted less than half a second. West engaged Harold E. Edgerton to assist him in preparing a manual for divers.

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