Gjon Mili and the Science of Movement

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Multiple exposure of American Ballet Theater ballerina Alicia Alonso executing a pas de bourree. Photo taken by Gjon Mili, 1944 (Alicia Alonso, b. Sequence Photography, Movement Photography, A Level Photography, Ballet Photography, Photography Office, Photography Lighting, Experimental Photography, Fashion Photography, Creative Photography

Slide Show: Gjon Mili and the Science of Movement

The photographer Gjon Mili was hailed for his work illustrating entire sequences of human movement in a single image.

The photographer Gjon Mili was hailed for his work illustrating entire sequences of human movement in a single image. Gjon Mili, Light Painting, Slow Shutter Speed, Blues Music, Pop Music, Reggae Music, Conductors, The New Yorker, Single Image

Gjon Mili - The conductor Karl Krueger leading the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, December, 1944.

Hungarian player, Tibor Hazi, serves in a table tennis game played at Gjon Mili's studio in 1941 Harold Edgerton, Table Tennis Game, Gjon Mili, Multiple Exposure, Exposure Photography, Famous Photographers, Life Pictures, On Set, A Table

the moving image

first came photographs, then came film, and then along came a combination of still and moving images in a single picture!!! gjon mili was the first photogr...

Gjon Mili, Multiple exposure of a young girl skipping rope, 1941 Sequence Photography, Movement Photography, Old Photography, Figure Photography, Photography Lessons, Photography Tutorials, Gjon Mili, Multiple Exposure, Double Exposure

Photographers I Like: Gjon Mili (Stroboscope)

Gjon Mili (November 28, 1904 – February 14, 1984) was an Albanian-American photographer best known for his work published in LIFE which he photographed artists such as Pablo Picasso.