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Eadweard Muybridge was one of photography’s early pioneers. An eccentric innovator, he found ways around the limitations of early cameras to create world-famous images of animals frozen mid-motion.
To settle whether a galloping horse ever had all four hooves off the ground at once, Muybridge created a new, super-fast shutter for a bank of cameras along a racetrack to catch the horse at the crucial “flying” moment.
Muybridge created hundreds of photographic sequences of animals and humans in motion, but also put these stills back into movement. He created a system to re-animate his photographs: painting them on to glass discs and projecting them through his zoopraxiscope, a projection lantern and forerunner of drawn animation.
Eadweard Muybridge is on display at Tate Britain until 16 January 2011.
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