Paralytic Child Walking on All Fours (from Muybridge), from that year, is a fine example of this stylistic shift.
To Muybridge and Anschutz we are greatly indebted for the strides made in instantaneous photography.
Mr. Muybridge delighted his audience with his wonderful photographs.
Muybridge's great difficulty had been to invent a shutter which would act rapidly enough.
I am lost with admiration of these photographs of Mr. Muybridge.
Muybridge and Marey were pioneers in this development with their photographs of the motions of animals valuable in sciences.
He was mistaken, as Muybridge's photograph giving side and back view of a galloping fox-terrier amply demonstrates.
The lecture on Tuesday night more than fulfilled the expectations which the audience had formed of Mr. Muybridge's researches.
It seems to me that the power in these Muybridge photographs grows upon you.
But between 1870 and 1880 two men, Marey and Muybridge, began work with the camera on the movements of horses.