Large Portrait of Roger Lannes de Montebello, Integram 3D Photograph with new technology developed by M. Henry Jones, 1985-2005

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An Integram 3D Photograph is composed of a photo transparency seen through a viewing screen and lit from behind.

In 2005 Roger de Montebello’s former assistant M. Henry Jones began once again to work with Integram 3D Photography. Because of the advent of digital technology and new computer systems, Jones was able to make dramatic advances both in terms of scale and the clarity of the image. Here Jones has enlarged a photo transparency from 1985 and combined it with a much improved viewing screen made from a mold that he developed in 2005. These elements are mounted to a custom light box with a metal frame; 11.5 x 15 x 1.5 inches

Integram 3D Photographs reveal multiple views of the subject as the viewer’s position changes in relation to the picture. All images on this page are of the same object seen from different angles.

Some alternate views.

Roger Lannes de Montebello


Roger Lannes de Montebello (1908–1986): A 40-Year Quest for 3-D Photography

Although Philippe de Montebello, the former Metropolitan Museum director is well-known, few people have heard about his father Roger de Montebello and his life-long creative obsession with three-dimensional photography.