Monday, October 30, 2006

Lenticular prints

From November I am offering a Lenticular print service! " A lenticular print is made by placing an "interlaced" image, (cut and reassembled in vertical strips), behind a sheet of plastic with a series of parallel lens or lenticules embossed into one surface. When the lens are aligned with the image, the viewer sees only one frame at a time. As the viewing angle changes, each of the images are seen in the planned sequence, creating the illusion of movement, depth or animation." A great way to combine portraits of someone as a child and as an adult, some moments apart or at home in town and in the country...

For more details look at my services page and/or contact me by e-mail.
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posted by stefan lubo at Monday, October 30, 2006


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