I thought I'd make a post about the different ways to make stereoviews with a single lens. You don't need specialist equipment to take 3D photos, you can use almost any camera!
Tag: stereophoto maker
The oldest image of a family visiting Stonehenge has been discovered in the collection of Dr. Brian May...and it's in stereoscopic 3-D! The image will go on display, along with others, in a specially-made stereoscopic cabinet, on loan to Stonehenge from Dr. Brian May.
To celebrate two years of The Stereoscopy Blog we're going to have a play with StereoPhoto Maker and make a panning stereoview video; these work really well on wide landscape stereoviews and are ideal for use on smartphones and social media. I'm writing it step-by-step and as there are so many steps involved you may want to bring a picnic/sleeping blanket for this one!
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.
A written guide about how to get started in stereo film photography, from choosing your camera and film to processing your results. Stereoscopic analogue 3D heaven ❤
I'm sure if you've been making stereoviews that at some point you've heard about the 'stereo window', either cursing it yourself for the close tree branch crossing two edges or hearing someone else declaring a window violation and looking rather smug for spotting it. This guide is an introduction to this Stereo Window.
A beginner's step-by-step guide to getting started with StereoPhoto Maker, a powerful free tool to help you make your own stereoviews.