Stroboscopic Study of an Arm Movement Made by Dancer Patricia Mcbride -Gjon Mili
Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili
Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili – Fubiz Media
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Stroboscopic Image of the Hands of Russian Conductor Efram Kurtz, While Conducting
Stroboscopic image of the hands of Russian conductor, Efraín Kurtz. Photo by Gjon Mili, 1945.
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
this is an example of long exposure and fast shutter speed, it captures a series of movements in one picture. It is also a helpful technique when working with dancers and musicians. The equipment needed for this is a camera, spare batteries and lenses.
Flash forward: Gjon Mili's amazing stroboscopic photographs – in pictures
Drummer Gene Krupa performing on cymbals at Gjon Mili's studio (Gjon Mili)
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.