Through a series of self-triggering cameras, Eadweard Muybridge was the first to analyze, through photography, the movement of living beings and, in particular, that of the galloping horse.
In 1887 he published eleven volumes of photographs under the title Animal locomotion. Each plate shows views of the same subject captured at successive phases of its displacement. These boards are devoted to human subjects, naked or dressed, horses and various animals…
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