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Ted Papoulas Underwater Photography

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Underwater and stereoscopic 3D photography exhibit by Ted Papoulas at Park Slope Wine shop Picada Y Vino, December 2009 through January 2010. Proceeds from all print and View-Master sales will be donated to the Gowanus Canal Conservancy.

Opening Reception
Sunday, December 13, 2009, 7:30pm to 9pm

Picada Y Vino
327 Fifth Avenue (@ 3rd Street), Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215

"At the opening I hope to present the release of a signed and numbered limited edition view-master reel of seven of my favorite stereoscopic underwater images, if the reels arrive in time (they are due in on Friday). Only 50 were produced and will be sold along with a viewer in a signed and numbered box featuring an anaglyphic print of the turtle on the front. 3D fans should know that most of the images in the show are traditional flat prints, but there are a few anaglyphs hung as well and, only for the opening reception, I will have several 3D underwater images displayed in rotation on the new FUJI Finepix Real 3D V1 digital frame." -- Ted Papoulas

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