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Happy Holidays - Gently Cross Your Eyes And Focus On The Middle Image Bath Sheet

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

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Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Aww thank you so much Lisa. That means a lot to me. I'm so sorry you have not been successful in "freeviewing" the crossview images. Not everyone has luck with it but if they are successful, it becomes easier each time until it's 2nd nature to them. The method is similar to the "magic eye" pictures, if you've ever tried to view those. They are those abstract pictures that have a hidden 3D stereo image within. I believe you cross your eyes to view those as well. Here is a YouTube video clip that may help you learn to view the crosseye format... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFTU9nDcUnU The crossview side-by-side images allow you to perceive the image with depth, or "3D". Crossviews are just one of many different 3D stereo formats, each with their own set of advantages and disadvantages. For instance, to experience the 3D effect with the crossview images, the whole side-by-side image must be viewable in it's entirety. If viewing on your monitor, it's' best to view it larger but still keeping the entire side-by-side completely in view. Because of this, image details are limited as to size. You may be familiar with the most common 3D stereo format known as "anaglyph" (2 overlapping or combined images shot from slightly different perspectives) which requires Red/Cyan filtered 3D glasses for viewing. This is the most common 3D stereo format because the glasses do the 3D work for you so there's no need to cross your eyes or use other methods to perceive depth. You are not limited with size as with the crossview format, so larger details will be viewable. You can even scroll anaglyphs on a monitor although I prefer viewing the entire image on the screen. I uploaded some anaglyphs to FAA but eventually I noticed there's something about how FAA displays the images that interferes a little with how the 3D glasses are suppose to filter out the Red and Cyan channels. I do not have the same problem on Flickr, Facebook, or other sites I've uploaded to. I'm not sure if it's the "color space" FAA is using or what. I've requested FAA to look into this (through Beth Edwards) and so has Valerie, but nothing has come back from them about it. Ghosting is an inherent side affect of anaglyphs but this becomes a minor disadvantage when the image is created well. The problem with viewing them on FAA however is the ghosting is not filtered out sufficiently, especially when two contrasting hues are adjacent to each other. On top of that, I'm sure (with some exceptions), that most viewers do not have the required Red/Cyan 3D glasses at hand. They are easily obtained online however and some sites even offer a pair for free. (Try Rainbow Symphony or American Paper Optics). There are many types of 3D glasses which are meant for other 3D stereo formats so I always try to specify "RED/CYAN" filtered 3D glasses. Because of the FAA problem with anaglyphs, and the assumption that not everyone has Red/Cyan filtered 3D glasses available at home, the side-by-side crossview format was my next alternative for posting images on FAA. I know that not everyone will be able to freeview them which is unfortunate for me because this is where my passion, and enthusiasm lies, as well as my niche'. Please let me know if the video link helps you and if I can be of further assistance. :)

Brian, you know I love your work. I have tried many times on this cross your eyes thing and all I see is two images. What is suppose to happen?

Thanks Val, for featuring my image in the "Digital Photography Group".

Bath Sheet Reviews (93)

Average Rating (4.84 Stars):

October 10th, 2018

Love this photographer's work. Can't wait to buy more of their work.

October 9th, 2018

Beautiful design and the material is strong.

October 7th, 2018

Product was exactly like the picture and it didnt take that long to reach my address

October 5th, 2018

Lovely print and great quality, I use this on my desk!

October 4th, 2018

I bought the matching shower curtain and love it. The towel is high quality and exactly how it looks online. Love my purchase.

October 1st, 2018

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Artist's Description

3D stereo crossview image of Williston Mill (Denton, MD) decorated for Christmas.

About Brian Wallace

I'm a retired communications instructor/developer, raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland (USA). I have a wide range of interests which include some artistic talent. My eclectic tastes, thirst for variety, and preference for images over words, eventually lead me through the internet to the world of 3D stereo in 2005. Since I've been with Fine Art America, I've focused primarily on regular photography with a touch of digital manipulation to better compose the images and ideas. Each time I think I've reached a peak, I find myself crossing another threshold that challenges my abilities and talents while paving way to another plateau. Best Regards, Brian Wallace https://twitter.com/Starg82343

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