Vintage strobe light photographs are a beautiful ‘Anatomy of Motion’.   Harold Edgerton

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.

Marcel Duchamp Descending a Staircase. His picture, Nude Descending a Staircase, is below. ADVANTAGE

Artist Marcel Duchamp walking down a flight of stairs in a multiple exposure image reminiscent of his famous painting “Nude Descending a Staircase.” Location: New York, NY, US Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Eliot Elisofon

Dancer in red motion blur

This image was shot using a slow shutter speed in order see the subject’s movement iconic in the movement color scheme. This image shows a dancer wearing red in a blurry movement.

Harold Edgerton, Milk Drop Coronet, 1957

“Milk Drop Coronet” by Harold “Doc” Edgerton, the M. electrical engineer who began using strobe lights to create remarkable high-speed photographs.

Nir Arieli is living in New York, photographs capture the dynamism of dancers. This Series Called ‘Tension’, these photographs are made by layering several shots of dancers on top of another, giving the viewer a break down of movement.

Captivating Photos Of Male Dancers In Motion

Nir Arieli is a photographer living in New York. His photographs capture the dynamism of dancers. In the Series Called ‘Tension’, his photographs are made by layering several shots of dancers on top of another, giving the viewer a break down of movement.

Vibrant liquid macro photography by Michael Suppan    Gorgeous captures of a fleeting, fluid moment in time.  Reminiscent of Harold Edgerton’s iconic Milk Drop Coronet, perhaps the most perfect fluid dynamics photo ever taken.

staceythinx: Vibrant liquid macro photography by Michael Suppan Gorgeous captures of a fleeting, fluid moment in time. Reminiscent of Harold Edgerton& iconic Milk Drop Coronet, perhaps the most perfect fluid dynamics photo ever taken.

Harold Edgerton's photography.   The Dance of the Air Faeries

Photographer Luka Klikovac captures magnified images of colored fluid suspended in the depths of dark water. The bold colors used in the fluid contrast wit

This is pretty awesome!    Harold Edgerton  Tennis Forehand, c.1940

This is pretty awesome! Photo by Harold Edgerton, Tennis-Forehand Drive, Jenny Tuckey, 1949

Owl — Dr. Harold Edgerton, c.1979.   Love this composition - the owl is not in the traditional area of the page.

Harold Edgerton, Love this composition - the owl is not in the traditional area of the page.

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