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A method of producing a three-dimensional image of an object by recording on a photographic plate or film the pattern of interference formed by a split laser beam and then illuminating the pattern either with a laser or with ordinary light.

ho·log′raph·er n.


(Photography) photog someone who makes or uses holograms
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Warrington noted that the portrait, called Equanimity, was fashioned by artist Chris Levine and holographer, Rob Munday, after being commissioned by Jersey Heritage.
There will also be the chance to book a place on a Hologram Workshop on Friday, August 8, when visitors can make a simple hologram under the tuition of holographer Pearl John.
Security Hologram works with a contract holographer, and is able to produce custom work.
His work as a holographer has earned him several patents, one of which won an award as the most innovative invention of the year.
Maragaret Benyon, holographer and pioneering holographic, artist has died.
But back then this user group was not well-established, with each holographer using different embossing machines with different specifications.
According to Tristan Duke, artist and holographer, who created the Star Wars holograms, the entire process was undertaken using an analogue process.