from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Continuous or kinetoscopic photography; the photographing of successive phases of a scene, movement, etc., at such short intervals that the whole is reproduced with apparent continuity.
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- noun An
antique photographic techniquefrom the Victorianera which captures movementin several framesof
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His attempts at capturing movement are exhibited alongside the developing mediums of the era, including early film by the Lumière brothers and Eadweard Muybridge's chronophotography.
There is some fascinating, well-observed material on microcinematography, electric cinematography and chronophotography, with information (and fine illustrations) gleaned from experimenters such as Percy Smith, Jean Comandon, E.J. Marey and Lucien Bull.
The Bioscope 2009
Travel photographs by Francis Frith and Maxime du Camp and chronophotography by Eadweard Muybridge also occupy a prominent place in the FOTOGRAFIS collection.
Art Knowledge News 2009
Travel photographs by Francis Frith and Maxime du Camp and the chronophotography of Eadweard Muybridge have a prominent place in FOTOGRAFIS.
Art Knowledge News 2008
Marey distinguished between two categories of chronophotography: that incorporating multiple images on moving or revolving plates (more akin to Muybridge and sequential cinematic imagery) and that in which, on a stationary plate, succeeding images were registered and often superimposed according to the speed and spread of movement through the field of vision.
Marey and Chronophotography Aaron Scharf 1