Photo historian Denis Pellerin has researched and uncovered the strange story of Brighton photographer 'Monsieur Albert Boucher'. Beautifully Illustrated with stereoviews from 'the photographer himself', read on to discover the unusual truth behind a photographer's name.
A new free online event has been announced for the 21st and 22nd November 2020: 'A Celebration of Stereoscopic 3D'. Photo historians, artists, curators, collectors and photo dealers will be giving talks to explore various aspects of stereoscopy.
Photo historian Denis Pellerin writes about his recent discovery of an original drawing from which a beautiful Victorian stereoview took inspiration. He researches the life of the artist, describes the meaning of the image and the heart-wrenching poem and stories it helped to create. A must-read article for fans of the book 'The Poor Man's Picture Gallery'.
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.
Photo Historian Denis Pellerin shares with us a selection of beautiful French early 1900s stereoviews of people picnicking by the side of the road. He takes us on a journey through time, wine and stunning vehicles!
Photo Historian Denis Pellerin found a name written on the back of a portrait stereoview and writes about the discoveries he's made about the Victorian man in the image.
Photo Historian Denis Pellerin rediscovers a Victorian stereo-photographer from Manchester and writes about the information he's unearthed whilst researching him and his family.
The Stereoscopy Blog is excited to bring you our first of many posts by photo historian, life-long stereoscopy enthusiast and Director of Dr. Brian May's London Stereoscopic Company, Denis Pellerin. In this post he describes his most recent purchase of a stereoview of two sisters, his research into it and the story about them. It gives an insight into how he thoroughly researches each image for his excellent talks, articles and books.
The British Museum announced yesterday that it will finally be reopening on the 27th August 2020 after its longest peacetime closure since opening its doors in 1759 (pre-booking is necessary to visit, please see the BM's website for details). To celebrate I thought I'd write a post about the stereographs of the British Museum taken … Continue reading Roger Fenton’s 1850’s British Museum Stereoviews
For a crazy cat person every single day is Caturday so let's celebrate our feline friends in stereoscopic 3-D!