An Instagram-inspired style and focuses on the use of square tiles as the core of the design. Great for storytelling as it truly captures the overall feel and emotions of an event or occasion through the use of lots of little images.
One of the foundational images of motion capture, Etienne Jules Marey, chronophotographs from "The Human Body in Action," Scientific American (1914). By this time Marey had migrated from pure photography to abstraction, where strips of highly reflective material were applied to the limbs of a subject otherwise draped in black, so only the key elements of #motion were registered. The checkerboard allowed speed to be measured by also capturing a clock. #experimentsinmotion
Osprey, also known as "Sea Hawk", the body can be 24 inches long and the wing span is 71 inches, it nests in any location as long as water is near, found on every contenant except Antarctica, the nest is a large heap of sticks, driftwood and seeweed built in forks of trees, rocky outcrops and utility poles, they mate for life
Alexander Yakovlev, photographer, captures the incredible grace of ballet in his "flour series" where he caught on film those little magical expressive and dynamic moments we usually miss watching live ballet.