Harold Eugene Edgerton

Collection by Filip Švácha

Filip Švácha
Harold Edgerton Stop-Motion Photography Shutter Speed Photography, Time Photography, Stop Motion Photography, Projector Photography, Photography Timeline, Movement Photography, Famous Photography, Museum Photography, Conceptual Photography

Dr Strobe: the man who stopped time and electrified photography – in pictures

A bullet being shot through an apple, an egg being cracked into a fan, or a play-by-play of Pancho Gonzales's famous serve ... MIT professor Harold Edgerton invented the strobe flash in the 1930s – and his stroboscopic photography captured amazing moments that would otherwise be missed in the blink of an eye

Milk Drop Coronet by Harold Edgerton. Edgerton is a master of extreme stop action photography. High Speed Photography, Motion Photography, Macro Photography, Sequence Photography, Distortion Photography, Museum Photography, Better Photography, Time Photography, Artistic Photography

Harold "Doc" Edgerton

The Edgerton Digital Collections project celebrates the spirit of a great pioneer, Harold 'Doc' Edgerton, inventor, entrepreneur, explorer and beloved MIT professor. This site is for all who share Doc Edgerton's philosophy of 'Work hard. Tell everyone everything you know. Close a deal with a handshake. Have fun!'

For this example, the photographer used a faster shutter speed which “froze” the action. Estimated shutter speed - Harold Edgerton Fanning the cards, 1940 Gelatin silver print x 28 cm © Harold Edgerton, courtesy of Palm Press, Inc. Movement Photography, High Speed Photography, Still Photography, History Of Photography, Photography Lessons, Photography Projects, Artistic Photography, Digital Photography, Creative Photography

Harold E. Edgerton - artist, news & exhibitions

Harold Edgerton Fanning the cards, 1940 Gelatin silver print 35.5 x 28 cm © Harold Edgerton, 2013, courtesy of Palm Press, Inc.

Harold Edgerton, Nuclear explosion photographed by rapatronic camera less than 1 millisecond after detonation. The fireball is about 20 meters in diameter in this shot. Nevada, not natural, but so interesting and scary Bomba Nuclear, Nuclear Test, Nuclear Bomb, Nuclear Energy, Harold Edgerton, Science Facts, Weird Science, Fun Facts, Mad Science

Rapatronic photographs

Can it be possible to find visual aesthetics, and organic living - like existence, even in such horrifying substance as atomic bomb? Develop...

climbing-down-bokor: “Harold Edgerton (American, Gus Solomons, Gelatin silver photograph. Motion Photography, Flash Photography, Light Photography, Sequence Photography, Photography Ideas, Monochrome Photography, Dance Photography, Light Painting, Nebraska

Vintage Strobe Light Photographs Are A Beautiful Anatomy of Motion

Revisiting the photographs of electrical engineer Harold Edgerton in this Anatomy of Motion series.

Harold Eugene Edgerton (American, printed under the supervision of Harold Edgerton and Gus Kayafas by Boris Color Lab, Boston, Massachusetts Bullet through Banana, 1964 Fine Art Photography Galleries, Sea Photography, History Of Photography, Artistic Photography, Movement Photography, Harold Edgerton, Banana Phone, Camera Lucida, Contemporary Photographers


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(Football Kick) printed 1976 Harold E. Edgerton Born: Fremont, Nebraska 1903 Died: Cambridge, Massachusetts 1990 Gus Kayafas (Printer) Palm Press, Inc. (Workshop) gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 11 in. Framing Photography, Film Photography, Harold Edgerton, Eadweard Muybridge, Tap Shoes, Dance Shoes, Berenice Abbott, Gelatin Silver Print, Bank Of America

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