From the early 1970s to the present day, the fully-revised Queen in 3D charts the life and times of one of the planet’s greatest rock bands.
With words and some 300 stereoscopic photographs by Queen’s Brian May, this book offers a truly unique window into the group’s world. This updated edition offers never-before-seen images of legendary frontman Freddie Mercury at work with fellow band members May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, plus entirely new photographs captured during the making of Bohemian Rhapsody, the 2018 film chronicling the genesis of the band.
The photographs, sourced from Brian May’s personal archive, were taken using the many stereoscopic cameras the author owns from his lifelong interest in the craft. The volume itself includes May’s patent OWL viewer which allows his images to leap into dramatic 3D. For fans of Queen, Queen in 3D is the ultimate insight to the glamour and dedication of the band that changed the lives of millions. This is Queen in all their majesty.
Publisher: The London Stereoscopic Company
Number of pages: 256
Edition: Updated ed.
Revised from its 2017 edition, Queen in 3D remains the first book to be written by a member of the group, offering an alternately intimate and spectacular portrait of the group’s evolution.
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