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Muybridge & Jackson

Below are two photographs of waterfalls by the famous photographers Eadweard Muybridge and William Henry Jackson.

Eadweard Muybridge. Muybridge made his fame by pioneering 2D studies of human and animal forms in motion by photographing them in stop action, starkly, against plain backgrounds. On the surface they appeared clinical, but as a whole they provide great insight and show the poetry of motion. Muybridge's stereo photos of Yosemite were famous on the west coast. The picture below is "Base of the First Fall of Yosemite" and copyrighted 1868.


William Henry Jackson. Born in 1843, the world's first great landscape photographer managed to live to 99 years old, despite risking his mortality as frequently as most people eat meals. He clung to precipices and braved avalanches to document the wild west as it had never been done before, and never be done again.

William Henry Jackson

"Mountain Ceddar, Echon Canon" (c.q.) by Jackson

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