Friday, February 29, 2008

Problem Solved!

In the 19th century, photographing a crowd was problematic. People moved. Emulsions were relatively insensitive and required long exposures. Pededstrians in photographs tended to look like some slow moving liquid.

Of course someone could've come up with this, but they didn't.

Can you imagine? Someone would've been burned at the stake for a stunt like that.