IT LOOKS LIKE A MONSTER WITH FOUR HEADS AND THIRTEEN LEGS.
at first, ji thought is was something that wasn’t a person. but it is, thats so awesome. how did a camera do that???
She is pretty
looks like a personkicing a footboll
someone took a video of a person doing a backwards flip off of a diving board, then they put the still pictures together the way they would fit in real life, almost like a puzzle.
I think this picture is beautiful. I love the way he captured him!
I lahhve it !!!!
what his he doing where is the line structure
How does it work? Are that 15 photos in one picture?
If one person did a back dive and one other person did a front dive, would the feet go up in the air? love olivia
the image was taken by Harold Edgerton. he photographed high speed movments like the first bullet shots through the apple etc..
just realised this is the Harold Edgerton website and so you all know that haha.
“Stopping Time” (1987) p.6
This is simply awesome
[…] …the magnificent geometry of motion… Stroboscope image, taken in 1954 by “Visionary Engineer”, Harold “Doc” Edgerton: Multiflash reveals the magnificent geometry of motion as a talented diver, Burt West, flips backwards in a procedure that lasted less than half a second…” […]
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