Using Film, Photography and Television in your Research – Thursday 8th March at the National Science & Media Museum

Open to current CDP 1st andCat and Dog jumping 2nd year students. This training module is being led by the Science Museum Group and will help students to identify and source both photographic material, TV footage and film relevant to their research and the methods they can use to obtain them, including accessing photographic/television and film archives.

Taught by Geoff Belknap, Curator of Photography and Tim Boon, Head of Research, Science Museum Group, with curators.

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Photo credit – ‘Cat and Dog Jumping’

Arthur Clive Banfield (1875-1965)

Collection of National Science & Media Museum

Early chronophotos. Frozen in motion using bright lights of electrical sparks created from Leyden jars.

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