|Dates: ||1876, 5 January - 1972, 25 August|
|Born: ||Ireland, Dublin|
In 1895 he became an assistant to Étienne-Jules Marey and worked with chronophotography. When Marey died in 1904 Bull became the head of the Marey Institute and continued research into capturing subjects using electrical sparks, high-speed photography and timed sequences of images and the last of these was running parallel with growing interest in cinematography.
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