Released on 24th November 2022, Sebastian Cramer's 'Two Views On Plants' is a beautiful anaglyph stereoscopic photo book, published by Hatje Cantz.
Since the QooCam EGO was released recently, I've been asked quite a few times how I think it compares to other compact digital stereo cameras, so here's a post to do exactly that, especially for Stereoscopy Day.
In this post you'll find stereoviews taken by different stereo cameras /stereo rigs/ sequential stereo setups I've tried, with a brief description of the pros and cons of each. Happy Stereoscopy Day!
I thought I'd quickly make a post about the QooCam EGO digital stereo 3-D camera, which was launched through a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year.
I'm pleased to welcome back to the Stereoscopy Blog Norwegian photographer and artist Ida Marie. In this post she will share with you her experiences of processing the first film from her Sputnik camera. Thank you so much Ida Marie, I'm sure you will inspire people to dust-off or discover analogue stereo cameras and enjoy some darkroom adventures!
I'm so happy to welcome to The Stereoscopy Blog my friend Thomas Asch. In his first blog post he gives an illustrated field review of the GoPro Dual HERO System, an affordable stereo camera rig.
I'm excited to welcome to the Stereoscopy Blog Norwegian photographer and artist Ida Marie. She is very kindly sharing her experience of using a Sputnik camera in this first of two posts. Thanks so much Ida Marie, this is perfect for anyone wanting to get to grips with one of the most widely available 120 film stereo cameras!
Kosmo Foto recently had a Kickstarter campaign for their Agent Shadow 400 ASA black and white 35mm film and I was lucky enough to be able to test some before it is released. I decided to use my current favourite 35mm stereo camera, a Belplasca, and share the results.
The beautiful nude stereo daguerreotypes in the collection of W. + T. Bosshard can now be viewed in the book 'History of Nudes in Stereo Daguerreotypes'. The book has been written by Denis Pellerin who spent countless hours researching in Paris archives and describes the stories of many of the models in the images and their photographers.
Nishika 3-D N8000s were first produced in 1989 and were four lens (quadrascopic) cameras designed to produce four half-frame instantaneous images from a click of the shutters. Lenticular prints could be made from the negatives. Nowadays you're most likely to see animated 3-D GIFs or 'Wigglegrams' made from them on Instagram, especially if you follow the coolest people.