The Acrylic Print has unique optical properties because of the light refraction that takes place.
As light travels from one medium through another medium of a different density, the light is bent and changes direction. This is why a pencil looks bent in a glass of water.
Water is denser than air and as light travels through the water, the light is bent slightly and there is a slight shift in the light spectrum.
This is the principle of light refraction and explains in part why the Acrylic Print has both exceptional image depth and vibrancy.
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