Ronald Reagan introduces a Muybridge / Stanford Story, in TVs Death Valley Days
There’s more to Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904) than a strange name and the fact that he shot dead his wife’s lover. Best known for his sequence photographs of humans and animals in motion, the ‘galloping horse photographer’ has left a legacy of scientific and artistic work that continues to influence visual media today. Muy Blog on Wordpress, keeps Muybridge enthusiasts up to date with what’s happening in the wide world of Muybridge and his images. This printed souvenir selection is from the first four years of news, research and comment.
BBC Imagine… Weird Adventures of Eadweard Muybridge documentary on tv.