Scott Eaton's Bodies in Motion project, inspired by 19th century photographer Eadweard Muybridge, captures the grace and power of the human figure in motion. The library is available for artists, designers, and agencies around the world looking for the highest quality figure reference for their projects.
The project continues to expand with new shoots happening quarterly. There are currently over 30,000 images in the library capturing a huge variety of motions and body types. To inquire about licensing/commissioning photography please contact us here.
You can browse the complete library here: www.bodiesinmotion.photo. Please enjoy a selection of images and updates from the project below.
Working my way through our Bodies in Motion VI shoot from earlier in the summer. So many great photos and sequences, I am really looking forward to sharing these on bodiesinmotion.photo – some amazing images for anatomy study.
After a busy start to the summer, I am finding time to develop sequences from our most recent Bodies in Motion photoshoot (BiM VI). Here are a few of the first images. I am falling in love with the flow of fabric and the shapes it makes when directed by graceful movement. Sequences going up soon at www.bodiesinmotion.photo
It was my pleasure to recently photograph jujitsu grandmaster Professor Leon Jay for the Bodies in Motion project. I was able to catch Prof. Jay just before flying to LA for an interview and covershoot for Black Belt magazine. It isn’t everyday you get to hangout with a guy who watched Bruce Lee train in his living room when he was a kid (Prof Jays’s father is Wally Jay, founder of Small Circle Jujitsu and an early teacher of Bruce Lee). During the shoot we photographed a range of jujitsu techniques from dynamic throws to joint locks. After the shoot I asked Prof. Jay to demonstrate a few of his techniques on me, and I can certify first hand that they are painful and effective!
You will be able to check out all the high-resolution sequences at BodiesInMotion.photo in September.
Dynamic reference for artists and designers. Still coming soon, but register interest at www.bodiesinmotion.photo if you haven’t already!
More inspiration of the figure in motion. The agile Chase Armitage from Bodies in Motion V.
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.