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LEARN: Here we have a 1940's - 1950's era 3D photographic lenticular
depicting the Last Supper. These early Christian lenticulars were shot
onto Kodak Kodachrome glass plates, and still hold their color and sharp
detail today in 2017! They were to be displayed as "transmission"
lenticulars … that is, the illuminating light comes from *behind* the
image. Traditionally, these have been illuminated with small,
low-wattage standard light bulbs. But today I am utilizing a modern,
21st century, flat-panel LED tablet. The 3D depth (only 2D on your
device) is stunning. To the eyes, the scene goes back many inches. These
scenes had to be made from sculpted models before they were
photographed with multi-lens, stereoscopic cameras in the studio. God
Bless You Today and Every Day!
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