Welcome to this week's photo contest fellow photography enthusiasts. I am last week's 3rd place contestant, as Jkramerbob (1st) is unable to judge the next one, and Pmexperience (2nd) has not come forward as of yet. So, a challenge is being set before you which hears to the name : The Eadweard Muybridge Galore Muybridge was a 19th century English photographer who came to realize that motion pictures could be achieved via consecutive still frames. His most known work is the 'Horse in Motion'. Bad news are, most probably you won't have 12 consecutive shots and you will have to consider about what you are going to do prior to releasing the shutter in burst mode. Good news are, this contest comes with a prize for everyone. I will personally animate all your frames in gif and post them here after the announcement of the winners. In order to have a homogeneous outcome, I have created a placeholder grid for everyone to use. Please do not cross over the black lines. If anyone needs assistance with photoshop to place the images, I 'll be more than happy to help you. Just email me your numbered stills at firstname.lastname@example.org, I will place them in for you and send the final file back to you for submission. If your photos are too big, send them to me via wetranfer. Be aware of the time restraints since some extra work is required for this particular contest. Most of the usual rules apply. -Please do not comment on photos until after the judging has taken place. -The contest runs for exactly one week, starting NOW! (see time/date stamp at the start of this thread) -At the end of the week, The Judge (last week's Winner) will choose a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place photo, providing as much feedback as possible. (Judge has 24 hours to make decision) -The 1st place Winner will start a new thread with the topic/theme of their choice, and act as the Judge for that contest. (Winner has 48 hours to create new theme) -For previous contests, check the sticky thread in the photography subforum. I urge your creative skills to take on the challenge. If and when inspiration knocks on the door, time can always be allocated. Good luck!