About the American engineer and photographer, Harold EDGERTON (1903-1990)

"I am an electrical engineer and I work with strobe lights and circuits and make useful things." (© Harold EDGERTON)
"Born and raised in Nebraska, the longtime Massachusetts Institute of Technology electrical engineering professor Harold Eugene EDGERTON pioneered the transformation of the strobe from an obscure nineteenth-century invention into a key technology of the twentieth century." (© Steidl Verlag)

Photobooks by and on the work of Harold EDGERTON

'Electronic Flash/Strobe' (1979); 'Moments of Vision: The Stroboscopic Revolution in Photography' (1984); 'Sonar Images' (1986); 'Seeing the Unseen: Dr. Harold E Edgerton and the Wonders of Strobe Alley' (1994, by Roger R. Bruce); 'Stopping Time' (2000, by Guy Kayafas and Jussim); 'After and Before: Documenting the A-Bomb' (2003); 'The Anatomy of Movement' (2010, by Jose Gomez Isla); 'Seeing the Unseen' (2019, by Kurtz/Douglas/Kayafas); #Flash! Seeing the Unseen by Ultra High-speed Photography' (2021)

'Seeing the Unseen' contains 100 of the most exemplary works by the American Harold EDGERTON: iconic photos of milk drops & bullets piercing fruit & maps, to lesser-known images of sea creatures & athletes in action, as well as excerpts from his notebooks
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'Photographers A-Z' brings together photographers who have made a significant contribution to photographic culture, as well as the most important photographic volumes of the past century. The entries are illustrated with facsimiles from books & magazines.
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