High-speed sequence of a galloping horse and rider

High-speed sequence of a galloping horse and rider

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This image is part of the feature The First Scientific Photographers
This image is part of the sequence Animals: historical Muybridge images of horses in motion
This image is part of the feature Eadweard Muybridge

Credit: EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE COLLECTION/ KINGSTON MUSEUM/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Horse and rider. High-speed photographic sequence of a rider on a galloping horse (Equus caballus). This sequence, by the British-American photographer Eadweard James Muybridge (1830-1904), was published in Animal Locomotion (1887). The action runs from left to right starting at the top left. Muybridge pioneered the use of high-speed photography and employed novel techniques to study animal and human locomotion. He began his work on high-speed photography when he was commissioned to discover whether galloping horses have all of their feet off the ground at certain times. He proved that they did (as shown by images 2-4).

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