Need more information on folding photo trick

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mdmarqphoto Senior Member • Posts: 1,190
Re: Need more information on folding photo trick

BGD300V1 wrote:

You can make two equal sized prints and draw a line along the width of one at the top and the other at the bottom.

Cut both into equal width strips (say 1/8 inch).

Alternately lay the strips face down The lines should alternate when you are looking at the back. Keep them in order.

Put a strip of tape across the back turn them over and lift them up in a zig zag. The edges should look like


Seen from the left you will see one picture and from the right the other.

Experiment with widths for different picture sizes.

Did basically the same thing as a kid many years ago.  Cut two pictures in equal sized strips, alternately glue them down on another sheet of paper, then fan-fold them as described above.

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