Price: $18.95
Museum Member Price: $17.06

Galloping Horse
In 1872 Leland Stanford, a wealthy railroad baron, bet his friend that all four hooves leave the ground when a horse gallops. He approached experimental photographer Eadweard Muybridge and asked him to somehow find out with cameras. After much experimentation Muybridge brought 24 cameras to a race track and lined them up side by side. He then attached long threads to each camera’s shutter along the track. As the galloping horse passed by, the cameras snapped the historic image sequence “Horse In Motion” that are now known as history’s first photographic moving pictures.

24 FlipBookit cards, pre-printed and die cut.

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