|Dates: ||1830, 5 March - 1904, 15 May|
|Born: ||France, Beaune|
|Died: ||France, Paris|
French experimental photographer and inventor. He was fascinated by the study of movement (he used the term ‘chronophotographie‘) in animals and man and his photographic inventions were a continual quest to improve his understanding of the processes involved. One of his inventions was a photographic gun that used a 20m roll of 35mm film and was capable of taking 12 images per second.
His publications included Le Vol des oiseaux (Paris, 1890) and Le Mouvement (Paris, 1894).
Ellenbogen, Josh, 2012, Reasoned and Unreasoned Images: The Photography of Bertillon, Galton, and Marey, (Penn State University Press) isbn-10: 0271052597 isbn-13: 978-0271052595 [Δ]
Keller, Corey, 2008, Brought to Light: Photography and the Invisible, 1840-1900, (Yale University Press) isbn-10: 0300142102 isbn-13: 978-0300142105 [Δ]
Readings on, or by, individual photographers
1977, E. J. Marey, 1830–1904: La Photographie du Mouvement, (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou) [Δ]
Braun, Marta, 1994, Picturing Time: The Work of Etienne-Jules Marey (1830–1904), (Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press) [Δ]
Marey, Étienne Jules, 1878, La machine animale. Locomotion terrestre et aérienne, (Paris: Librairie Germer Baillière - Bibliothèque Scientifique Internationale) [Δ]
Marey, Étienne Jules, 1890, Le vol des oiseaux, (G. Masson) [Δ]
Marey, Étienne Jules, 1894, Le Mouvement, (G. Masson) [Δ]
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