Individuals who may look to use ink supplies to create hard copies of their best photography work could be interested in an upcoming exhibition that promises to offer a unique perspective on the medium.
The display will take place at the University of Lincoln and feature work by student at the institution Samuel Cox, who described it as an "experiment with a new form of photography", the BBC reports.
He explained how images will be projected on high-definition screens, which viewers will be able to control with hand movements to zoom in and out.
"As the perspective changes, the view feels as though you are actually immersed in the scene," Mr Cox said, stating the digital technology used would enable a feeling of stepping inside the pictures.
Photos on display at the exhibition will be large-scale panoramas depicting images from Lincolnshire.
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