Anaglyphes > Istanbul
Istanbul: Kabartma Fotograflarla was published in the mid-twentieth century as part of the series "Les Éditions en Anaglyphes." Using the pair of red and cyan glasses that accompanies the book, readers can view stereoscopic images of Istanbul. Without the glasses, the photographs in Istanbul: Kabartma Fotograflarla appear blurry, with overlays of colored ink that have been purposely misaligned. With the glasses, the seventeen scenes of Istanbul come to life, including views of the Hagia Sophia, the Cistern of Philoxenius, the Aqueduct of Valence, and the Blue Mosque. Other books in the "Les Éditions en Anaglyphes" series include Fontainebleau en relief par les anaglyphes.