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Flash forward: Gjon Mili's amazing stroboscopic photographs – in pictures

Drummer Gene Krupa performing on cymbals at Gjon Mili's studio (Gjon Mili)

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from juxtapoz.com

Magazine - Picasso: Light Drawings

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from Telegraph.co.uk

On the Move: Visualising Action at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

Jascha Heifetz playing violin in Mili’s darkened studio as light attached to his bow traces the bow movement. Photo by Gjon Mili,1952.

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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.
from TIME.com

The TIME Vault: 1955

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.

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from The New Yorker

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

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from art.com

Stroboscopic Image of the Hands of Russian Conductor Efram Kurtz, While Conducting

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la-journee: Gjon Mili - Figure Skating, Figure skater Carol Lynne’s movements charted by flashlights imbedded in each boot. New York 1945 (LIFE Archive)

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