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Escrime Motion Studies, 1890

Étienne-Jules Marey was a French scientist and pioneer in several fields. His early work was in medicine, studying blood flow, but his studies ventured into locomotion where he engaged photographic analysis. His achievements include development of early motion photographic techniques … Continue reading

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Lucien Bull, Lunge Motion, 1909

Lucien Bull was  a pioneer of early high speed photography. A Dubliner who moved to France, Bull worked with Étienne-Jules Marey to develop techniques to record and study motion. Much of their work involved recording successive still images (a la … Continue reading

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Photos of Veterans of the Napoleonic Wars

Surviving veterans of the Napoleonic Wars were photographed for the final time circa 1858. Mashable retronaut, Chris Wild has compiled a visually interesting post of surviving veterans photographed in full, original uniform. It is worthy of your attention, and I … Continue reading

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Staying on the Line

When one absolutely must stay on the line. Continue reading

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2012’s Fourth Quarter in Photos

This gallery contains 30 photos.

The fourth quarter of 2012 brought the opportunity to create a visual club record. By no means all-inclusive, the photos in this gallery are merely frozen glimpses of members and activities on the days club photographers could appear.  La Canne … Continue reading

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