Tag: analogue photography

On Test: Belplasca Stereo Camera and Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow Film

On Test: Belplasca Stereo Camera and Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow Film

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.

Exploring the Alps in 3D with a Jules Richard Verascope Camera

Exploring the Alps in 3D with a Jules Richard Verascope Camera

I thought it'd be nice to share my small collection of glass positives taken in the Alps in the early 1900s, with a Jules Richard Verascope camera.

What is Stereoscopy and Why is it Important to Photography Today?

What is Stereoscopy and Why is it Important to Photography Today?

The article 'What is Stereoscopy and Why is it Important to Photography Today?' is now available.

Minuta Stereo: New Pinhole Stereo Camera – Kickstarter Launched

Minuta Stereo: New Pinhole Stereo Camera – Kickstarter Launched

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched today for the Minuta Stereo camera by Oczkostereo, aimed at bringing the magic of stereo photography back to a wider audience.

Getting Started in Analogue Stereo Photography – Quick Video

Getting Started in Analogue Stereo Photography – Quick Video

This is the video I shared during the 'A Celebration of Stereoscopic 3D - Part the Second' event. It's a very quick (literally) guide about how to get started in analogue stereo photography, which is much more difficult now than it used to be. I am definitely no Stan White, I just really enjoy analogue photography, but I hope the video might inspire some future Stan Whites to pick up analogue cameras and get shooting.

1960s Stereo-Camera Slides Part 1

1960s Stereo-Camera Slides Part 1

These 1960s stereoviews are from a box of about 30 stereo realist slides which someone didn't know what to do with (when you're a stereoscopy nut with quite a niche interest these things have a habit of finding their way to you!). We're going to explore them!