Image title: Glasgow police box lantern & sky: stereoscopic montage

Glasgow police box lantern & sky: stereoscopic montage

Stereoscopic montage of a red police box set against an aerial view down onto clouds with hovering police station lanterns and a chessboard floor. This is an experimental image intended to demonstrate stereoscopic photography. It is influenced by surrealist art, and the paintings of Dominique Appia. Introductory article on stereo imaging online soon.

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The police box is on display at Glasgow Museum of Transport, the sky was captured over Indo-China, the lantern was photographed in Manchester, with blue colour and 'Police' added in Photoshop. The chessboard floor was created in Photoshop.


Glasgow police box lantern & sky: stereoscopic montage



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Image elements captured using the Fuji F601 digital camera except

Stereoscopic photograph, stereo photo, photo art, photo montage, police box, surrealism, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, stereopic

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