Queen guitarist Brian May will publish more than 300 previously unseen 3-D photographs of the legendary rock band while on the set of their Bohemian Rhapsody video, a year after the original book.
With more thrilling images providing an intimate view of life backstage and the band’s history, the second edition of Queen in 3-D will give a fascinating insight into life on the road with a massive rock and roll band through the lens of founder member Brian May’s stereo camera.
Capturing the very essence of one of the world’s most iconic bands, the stunning photos that sit alongside a narration by May himself also provides the reader with a glimpse of the culture, politics and atmosphere during their global adventure.
Written by May himself, Queen in 3-D, which featured many photos taken on the musician’s very on stereoscopic camera, was the first book ever to be published showing the history of the British rock group in a three-dimensional format.
From an early age May would travel with the camera in hand and became known to record the band while they were on tour, capturing the rare behind-the-scenes with band mates Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor and John Deacon.
Among the stunning photos in the original book were pictures taken on stage and behind the scenes and even informal shots taken on the road.
Now, the second edition book, published by The London Sterescopic Company, will feature more than 300 personal stereo views of the band and provide an exclusive Brian May patent Lite OWL 3-D viewer.
Queen guitarist Brian May will publish more thrilling pictures capturing the iconic rock band’s intimate moments on the set of Bohemian Rhapsody
The second edition of Queen in 3-D will show previously unseen photos of life behind the camera, with May’s band mates Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor and John Deacon. Pictured: Rare photo of lead singer Freddie Mercury backstage
Captured on May’s very own stereo camera , the images capture the very essence of one of the world’s most iconic bands and will be available alongside a narration by May himself. Pictured: Freddie Mercury sat in the pilot seat of a plane offering an intimate view of life away from the stage
The stunning images will also provides the reader with a glimpse of the culture, politics and atmosphere during the band’s global adventure. It is an updated version of his critically acclaimed stereoscopic autobiogprahy, Queen in 3-D
The original Queen in 3-D published last year was written by May himself and featured many photos taken on his very on stereoscopic camera. It was also the first book ever to be published showing the history of the British rock group in a three-dimensional format
Bohemian Rhapsody is a celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury (pictured on stage through May’s lens)
The lead singer defied stereotypes to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet
The images will provide fans with a rare view of the band’s rise, iconic songs and revolutionary music
The British rock band was formed in the 1971 in 1973 signed their first recording contract for EMI. That very same year they released their first album, Queen