Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili

Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili

Fotografia Movimento,Fotografia Em Branco,Gjon Mili,1984,Ilusão,Monocromático,Final,Slow Shutter,Ilford

la-journee:  Gjon Mili - Figure Skating, Figure skater Carol Lynne’s movements charted by flashlights imbedded in each boot.  New York 1945 (LIFE Archive)

la-journee: Gjon Mili - Figure Skating, Figure skater Carol Lynne’s movements charted by flashlights imbedded in each boot. New York 1945 (LIFE Archive)

Stroboscopic Study of an Arm Movement Made by Dancer Patricia Mcbride -Gjon Mili

Stroboscopic Study of an Arm Movement Made by Dancer Patricia Mcbride -Gjon Mili

The ballerina Alicia Alonso executing a pas de bourrée at the American Ballet Theatre, December, 1943. Gjon Mili

Slide Show: Gjon Mili and the Science of Movement

The ballerina Alicia Alonso executing a pas de bourrée at the American Ballet Theatre, December, 1943. Gjon Mili

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Slide Show: Gjon Mili and the Science of Movement

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Lumiere et mouvement  "Dessin de lumiere" de Pablo Picasso par Gjon Mili. 1949

Light Drawings de Pablo Picasso

Lumiere et mouvement "Dessin de lumiere" de Pablo Picasso par Gjon Mili. 1949

Drummer Gene Krupa performing on cymbals at Gjon Mili's studio.

Flash forward: Gjon Mili's amazing stroboscopic photographs – in pictures

Drummer Gene Krupa performing on cymbals at Gjon Mili's studio.

Jascha Heifetz playing violin in Mili’s darkened studio as light attached to his bow traces the bow movement.    Photo by Gjon Mili,1952.

On the Move: Visualising Action at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

Jascha Heifetz playing violin in Mili’s darkened studio as light attached to his bow traces the bow movement. Photo by Gjon Mili,1952.

Gjon Milli - this movement effect is created in camera, but you could try it in the darkroom by moving your paper during an exposure, or exposing the same image in different places.

Gjon Milli - this movement effect is created in camera, but you could try it in the darkroom by moving your paper during an exposure, or exposing the same image in different places.

Violinist Jascha Heifetz playing, with light attached to his bow. (photo by Gjon Mili, 1952)

Cambré and Port de Bras: The Ultimate Upper-Body Duo

Violinist Jascha Heifetz playing, with light attached to his bow. (photo by Gjon Mili, 1952)

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