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Animated lenticular photography is a beautiful way to examine motion.
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The plan was for one person at a time to keep still while the other three made ten frames worth of faces, but Philippe (who concocted the idea) screwed things up on several occasions. Twice, he burst out laughing in the middle of his "still" turn, then during this set, he forgot to make faces during Phil's turn to remain still.
We laughed quite hard, however, and drew a number of odd looks from the other people in the bar.
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Interpretation of Woman Walking Downstairs
- Claire Girodie
- collage, oil on canvas
- 36 in. X 48 in.
- Spring 2010
NPR Muybridge tribute
She "walked" across the counter on her hands. At no time did her feet touch the counter.
E5 is from my digital print series "A garden Alphabetized ( for your viewing pleasure" firstname.lastname@example.org
An Acknowlegement of Eadweard Muybridge.In the initial images of the series I found myself moved to quote the work of Muybridge, whose pioneering photographic work is credited by many to be the precursor of motion pictures. As I worked with my Nikon Coolpix, I could not help but recall his story, and realize that more than a hundred years later a new photographic technology was again altering the way we perceive and interact with our physical reality.
This is an original photography shot on location with Polaroid 669 film using the Polaroid transfer process on Arches paper.
On June 21, 2007, as the Lebanese Army shelled their home at Tripoli's Nahr Al Bared Palestinian Refugee Camp to rubble (in an effort to oust Fatah al Islam, a Syria based group of Ilslamic extremists), two girls skip rope in an empty hallway of the UN's Beddawi refugee camp's school. Before I made this trip, I did see Muybridge's race horse images.