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Galloping Horses

Eadweard Muybridge

Galloping Horses

(1878)

Eadweard Muybridge, was a pioneer of photography,  along with  his inventions , i.e., Zoopaxiscope, and also his motion studies, and horse galloping studies, he took photography to the next level and paved the way for photographers of today.  The photographs that have survived , have preserved history an example of this is the photos of San  francisco before the earth quake of 1906, and the photos of the American west, i.e., the Native American wars and the ones of the buffalo.

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