Queen guitarist Brian May will publish incredible unseen 3-D photographs, taken while on the film set of Bohemian Rhapsody, a year after the original book.
When Queen ruled the world: Guitar ace Brian May releases never-before-seen pictures of life alongside Freddie Mercury in planet’s biggest rock band
24 September 2018 by Bhvishya Patel
– New edition of Queen in 3-D on sale on October 23 will reveal set photos from new film Bohemian Rhapsody
– Fans will be able to visit the band backstage from Brian May’s very own stereo camera and see life on the road
– Last year Brian May published the first edition of the book with previously unseen and rare 3-D photographs
Queen guitarist Brian May has released fascinating pictures of life on the road with one of the world’s biggest rock bands.
The top musician regularly documented Queen’s rise to fame with his faithful stereo camera and is now sharing more of the results with the rest of the world.
The band’s four members guitarist Brian May, singer Freddie Mercury, bassist John Deacon and drummer Roger Taylor are shown laughing and joking in the candid snaps.
May has also been busy with his camera on the set of the new biopic of the band Bohemian Rhapsody which charts the band’s career up to their crowning moment at Live Aid in 1985.
The results of his camera work will be available to see in the second edition of his book Queen in 3-D hitting book shelves next month.
The musician said: ‘Happily the first edition of Queen in 3-D flew off the shelves, so reprinting has given us a chance to include some extra brand new behind-the-scenes 3-D pictures taken on my Fujifilm 3-D camera during the shooting of Bohemian Rhapsody the movie.
‘They show the four brilliant boys who played the four of us (Queen) in the film in action, plus Lucy Boynton, and some interactions with the old boys themselves!’
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The second edition of the book, published by The London Stereoscopic Company, will feature incredible personal stereo views of the band and provide an exclusive Brian May patent Lite OWL 3-D viewer.
Queen in 3-D: Updated Edition goes out on the day of the Bohemian Rhapsody film release, October 23 and is available to pre-order now: BUY THE BOOK