History of Photography

 

 

 





 



 



 
William Henry Fox Talbot
(1800-1877)
 
Cameron Julla
(1815-1879)
Nadar
(1820-1910)
Muybrige Eadweard
(1830-1904)
 
Timothy O'Sullivan
(1840-1882)
 
Riis Jacob
(1849-1914)
 
Atget Eugene
(1857-1927)
 
Stieglitz  Alfred
(1864-1946)
 
Bellocg E.J.
(1873-1949)
 
Hine Levis
(1874-1940)
 
Steichen Edward
(1879-1973)
 
Coburn Alvin
(1882-1966)
 
  Cunningham Imogen
(1883-1976)
 
 
 


 

 

 
      
Eadweard Muybridge

(b Kingston-on-Thames, 9 April 1830; d Kingston-on-Thames, 8 May 1904).

English photographer, active in the USA. He was the first to analyse motion successfully by using a sequence of photographs and resynthesizing them to produce moving pictures on a screen. His work has been described as the inspiration behind the invention of the motion picture.

 

 


Muybrige Eadweard




 


Volcano Quetzeltenango, Guatemala
1875

      


  


Galloping Horse
1878

     


  


Ascending Stairs
1884-85

       


 


Striking a blow with right hand
1884-85

       


 


Wrestling: Graeco-Roman
1884-85

 


Child bringing a bouquet to a woman
1884-85

        


 

 


Woman pouring a bucket of water over another woman
1884-85

       


 


Descending stairs and turning around
1884-85

1885
         


 

Walking and throwing a handkerchief over shoulders
1884-85

       


 


Turning around in surprise and running away
1884-85

         


 


Head-spring, a Flying Pigeon Interfering
1885

        


 


Pole Vaulter
1885

          


 


Movement of the hand, drawing a circle
1887

 

 

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