Other enhancements can be done by splitting an image into two or three sections and using the same depth frames for each section of the photograph. Above is an example of a horizontal triptych, and in this case David used three different frame depths, using a 2” for the bottom, 1” for the middle and 5/8” for the top section. It feels as if you could step from rock to rock starting in the lower left of the image! David has named this method of presentation a 'Horizontal Cascading Triptych'. Triptych'.