Photo History – Class 8 – Muybridge, Marey and the Movies

published 6 years ago by Jeff Curto

Stop-motion photography as practiced by Edweard Muybridge and Etienne-Jules Marey and others is the topic of this class session. These scientific experiments ultimately led to the development of motion pictures by Edison. Slides for this class session Handout for this class session

Hi this is professor of photography Jeff Curto and welcome to class session number 8 of history of photography. This class session a little bit shorter than others where we talk. About stop motion photography. Starting with Edward Muybridge in his experiments. Looking briefly at the at the end rules Mar a and his contributions to stop motion photography in them carrying on to the twentieth century. Here we are joining our class in progress. Uhhuh ...

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