Comprehensive history of lenticular imagery and its relationship to science and popular culture from early cinema to the genesis of modern advertising and the market for portraits, postcards and religious imagery. The author examines the underlying rationale behind this recurring technology with its implications for an understanding of photographic realism and the relationship between innovation and the desire to be entertained.

Item number 93944
Category Book
Type Photography
Language English
Country of origin Germany
Related people Kim Timby (Author)