Photo Historian Denis Pellerin introduces 19th century Belgian sculptor Léopold Harzé and invites you to explore his work through the stereoscope.
Tag: analogue photography
Photo historian Denis Pellerin shares his research into a set of stereoviews by Yorkshire amateur stereo photographer John Hill. You can meet John's family and step into 1880s Britain, captured through his eyes in stereoscopic 3-D beauty!
As a grand finale to The Stereoscopy Blog's way of celebrating Stereoscopy Day, we'd like to offer you a free download of the never-before-published book by Denis Pellerin: 'Henri Lefort: The Ultimate Entertainer.'
It's the Stereoscopy Blog's 3rd birthday today, so I thought I'd send a sneak preview of some amateur stereos from a collection I'm going to post about in a few months time as a thank you for all the amazing support.
We're very fortunate to welcome amazing British artist and portrait painter Michael Taylor RP to the Stereoscopy Blog. I've been astounded by his artworks in whichever medium he chooses, and was stunned to learn how he uses stereoscopy both as an aid to his art and as an art form in itself. I asked Michael if he would write an article and I'm really honoured to share it with you now. He not only discusses his use of stereoscopy and shares examples of his beautiful works of art, but also gives tips and a brief tutorial!
I'm excited to welcome to the Stereoscopy Blog John Furlong. In his first post, he explains how he has used a Polaroid passport camera to take stereoviews with 120 and expired instant film.
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 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.
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.