He’s considered by many to be the father of the motion picture.
Eadweard J. Muybridge was famous for shooting the first known moving images of a racehorse. It was called “Sallie Gardner at a Gallop.”
From the Washington Post…
Through its simplest lens, the “Sallie Gardner” footage was merely the result of this great Galloping Question: Were horses ever completely airborne, especially with fore and back legs outstretched in opposite directions, as popularly depicted in paintings? Muybridge was tasked with providing an answer to the hard-charging questioners who, according to the lore, had money riding on the outcome.
Today would have been Muybridge’s 182nd birthday. In his honor, Google has dedicated its homepage Doodle to him. Take a look at his video showing their tribute animation…
This high end corporate image video production was produced for APL sales teams across the globe to use during sales presentations and as a leave behind promotional piece. It is also featured on all APL websites. The video production highlights footage shot at 6 locations across the US and China – including an aerial shoot [...]
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This fully animated production promotes Nutri-Vet’s Skin Care Supplements for dogs with a custom SolidLine developed character named Dr. Wellington. The spot is available to view online and at Pet Smart and other pet stores nationwide.
This week, our Art Director, Mike Petrik celebrates ten years at SolidLine. Ten years is a pretty big milestone, so we sat down with Petrik to chat about his time at SolidLine, how the production company has changed and grown, how he’s been a part of that and how he’s grown. SLM–What was the first [...]