I was thrilled to be the only bidder on this rare photobooth lenticular photo. It is made up of three exposures taken in succession on the same frame. The frame is placed under a lined sheet of acetate and when tilted appears to show movement.
In this example the lady’s eyes shift from the centre, then to the side and her mouth opens and closes. It is unfortunate that in the position needed to make a scan of the image, the sitter looks slightly cross-eyed. What you can see above is actually parts of two of the three individual exposures. For more information about these fabulous booth photos see Näkki Goranin’s book American Photobooth.