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Photo sequence

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Stock Photo : Ballerina leaping through air on beach

View top-quality stock photos of Ballerina Leaping Through Air On Beach. Find premium, high-resolution stock photography at Getty Images.

Harold E. Edgerton, Milk Drop Sequence, 1936

View Milk Drop Sequence. (1936) By Harold Eugene Edgerton; 9 gelatin silver prints from the 1980s; Each 26,7 x 20cm (each 35,4 x 27,7cm).; Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

Animal Locomotion: Plate 160 (Man Performing Long Jump)

In 1872, the photographer was tasked with settling an argument about the anatomy of a horse in motion. His pioneering efforts would lead to the invention of motion pictures.

Duane Michaels:

Duane Michals (b. February 18, 1932) is an American photographer. Largely self-taught, his work is noted for its innovation and artistry. Michals’ style often features photo-sequences and the…

Yoga Sequences

Hip openers let us gently release our stuck emotions and lead us to our highest Selves. Our hips are known as the “attic of the soul.” Yoga encourages us to explore a deeper connection to our emotions so that we can better know and understand ourselves. We heal and integrate, finding our true

Hit the court. #rebull #basketball #kingoftherock~~action sequence photography

Would you like to turn your hobby into art? Discover how to change your photography from mundane to glamorous, by implementing many of the techniques recommended in this article. Professional photographers take great pictures but they also make improvement by developing photographs themselves.

Photo of ‘Birth of Milk Drop 1’, Harold Edgerton, about 1935. Museum nos. E.551 to 556-1997. © Harold & Esther Edgerton Foundation, courtesy of Palm Press Inc./ Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The V&A began acquiring photographs in 1852, and its collection is now one of the largest and most important in the world.