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Time After Time, A Beginners Guide to Time-Lapse Photography


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Back in the 19th century, there was a hotly contested debate doing the rounds on the subject of whether all four feet of a horse at trot or gallop were off the ground at the same time. One of the participants in the debate was the former Governor of California, racehorse owner Leland Stanford (of Stanford University fame). In 1872 Stanford hired a British born photographer, Eadweard Muybridge, to try and settle the debate.

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