3D Pictures & Wall Art

Jim Dooley Living Pictures

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3D Lenticular Wall Art

Wall Art Photography

A Living Picture is a lenticular picture presented in 3D, morph or animated format. 3D provides depth and scale, morph, shape changing, and animated, movement. Clarity of background is maintained without compromising the integrity of the main subject. Lenticular utilises very fine lenses which are layered onto the picture. For animation this captures the drama of light and movement combined in a sequence of images resulting in the picture ‘coming to life’ in response to the viewer’s movements.

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About Jim Dooley

Jim Dooley is one of the UK’s pre-eminent aviation and wildlife photographers. Our pictures are non-stock images which are exclusive to Jim Dooley Living Pictures and are sourced from our Collector’s Series. Thanks to Jim’s charitable work for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, the leading welfare charity for the RAF, the former pop star and lead singer of the Dooleys has privileged access to photograph some of Britain’s most iconic images, including the world famous Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster in an air to air setting which together form the historic and much respected Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Jim together with his late friend Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees, headed up an international fund raising campaign with the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund to help build the International Bomber Command Memorial at Green Park to honour those RAF personnel who gave their lives during WWII. The International Bomber Command Memorial was unveiled by her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 2012.

Proud Supporter of the RAFBF

The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (registered charity in England and Wales (1081009) and in Scotland (SC038109)) will receive a minimum of 10% of net profit (+VAT) for each aircraft picture sold via online sales.

Jim Dooley Living Pictures proudly supports the Royal Airforce Benevolent Fund #RAFBF

In association with The SBID

The Society of British & International Interior Designers has supported the Haig Housing Trust, Help For Heroes and currently, The Armed Forces Covenant and The RAF Benevolent Fund through the late SBID Ambassador; Robin Gibb CBE of the Bee Gees and Jim Dooley of The Dooleys for the Bomber Command Memorial.