There's something about an old fashioned black-and-white boudoir photograph that makes any contemporary nude Snapchat pale in comparison. Nude bodies just look best when surrounded by candelabras, doilies, ball gowns and giant tassels. In the deep archives of Getty Images lies a mysterious series of stereoscopic images dating back to For the uninitiated, stereoscopy, derived from the Greek words for "firm" and "to look," is a technique that creates the illusion of depth in flat images by, essentially, tricking the brain. To do this, two nearly identical images are placed side by side, the minor deviations between them mimicking the natural differences that eyes perceive in binocular vision.
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After visiting the Kinsey Institute as part of my PhD in I was not allowed to publish any photographs from the collection for my research, which was a pity. When I arrived here in , we had only a few tame images on our website, but now we have online galleries for some of our exhibitions including all the juried art shows. Therefore, after some negotiation for online release, it is with great pleasure that I can feature 40 images in this two-part posting. Nobody should be offended by these glorious, historic photographs of the human body and a human action that everyone does, and it is fantastic to see the Kinsey opening up their collection to the world. Many thankx for the Kinsey Institute for allowing me to publish the photographs in the posting.
Stereoscopic Nudes Are The Sexy GIFs Of The 19th Century
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