Hello and welcome to my blog dedicated to all things Stereoscopic past, present and future. My aim is to help make stereoscopy accessible to everyone, regardless of experience and knowledge, demystify it, and show how entertaining, enjoyable, artistic and educational it is. I wanted to create a free and open resource which includes tutorials so anyone can join in and learn about the aspects of stereoscopy which interest them, in their own time and at their own pace. I’m usually always around in the evenings and weekends if there’s anything I can help with, or refer you to someone who can.
After my own experiences and listening to others trying to get into the world of stereoscopy, I want to make you feel welcome, valued, capable and included. I write in quite an informal and direct way so you hopefully feel that I am writing to you, not at you; after all, we are all eternal students of stereoscopy!
Boring bit: Please note that all views in my posts are my own and all blog content belongs to me. External websites which contain links to this blog are not endorsed by me or associated with this blog. The blog and myself are not affiliated with any clubs or societies and are not representing any companies or charities in the posts.
Please note that as well as the blog itself there is also an events calendar (the link can be found at the top of every screen), so you can find upcoming events and get involved.
I update previous posts quite often to include questions I’ve been asked, as more information comes to light, as apps are updated and also to sort out my terrible grammar, so it’s worth checking back on old posts occasionally.
If you have any questions, calendar events, feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to get in touch through the contact page, I would like to make this blog as useful as possible for everyone with your help.
Stereoscopy is my life and passion and I look forward to sharing it with you.
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