BODIES IN MOTION

Bodies in Motion is now live at www.bodiesinmotion.photo-


www.bodiesinmotion.photo

The Bodies in Motion project, inspired by 19th century photographer Eadweard Muybridge, aims to capture dynamic photography of the human figure in motion, and make it available as a library for artists and designers around the world. Each motion is captured at 10-12 frames-per-second from multiple camera angles giving the artist multiple high-resolution images for inspiration.

The project continues to expand with new shoots happening quarterly. There are currently over 30 athletes and over 30,000 images in the library capturing a huge variety of motions and body types. To inquire about licensing/commissioning photography, or to participate in the project as a model, please contact us here. You can browse the complete library here: www.bodiesinmotion.photo


Mar 202016
 

Tae Kwon Do - Jumping Side Kick sequence from Scott Eaton's Bodies in Motion. click for larger

Here’s one of my favorites from the Bodies in Motion V shoot. There are still many shots left to develop, but BiM-V was all about martial arts. We had some eye-watering talent on the shoot – a Jujitsu grandmaster, a master of Hapkido, high-level kickboxers, a wushu artist and couple practitioners of exotic, less known martial arts.

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Jul 212015
 

Scott Eaton's Bodies in Motion Photography Project - female aerial rope performerclick for larger

No sooner is the Bodies in Motion III shoot finished, than Bodies in Motion IV marches into the calendar. In fact, we just finished a big weekend shoot with eleven talented artists, each with unique skills, power and grace on aerial apparatus. I have just started looking through the 15,000 images and there are going to be some gems.

All of the photography you see coming through the site lately is in preparation for the official launch of the Bodies in Motion Project website coming in September. The site will collect all the photos and motion sequences that I have shot over the last five years and make them available as a resource for artists, designers, and agencies looking for photography that showcases the amazing capabilities and forms of the human figure. Be sure to sign up to the newsletter for announcements!

Scott Eaton's Bodies in Motion project - B&W Male Aerial hoop, anatomyclick for larger