Updated 06/06/2020 to include the new updated cropping and border options. You don’t need expensive cameras or software to make your own stereoscopic 3-D images. It’s relatively easy and there’s currently a real buzz on social media with people making their own stereoviews with smartphones and sharing them, especially on Instagram, so this tutorial will … Continue reading How to Make Your Own iPhone Stereoviews: Basic Tutorial.
I'm aware that not everyone will be able to use Stereo Photo Maker to make stereoviews, especially some Mac users, so I thought I'd write a tutorial to explain how to align images and turn them into a stereocard which can be printed off - all whilst only using Photoshop. For this tutorial I used … Continue reading How to Make Stereoviews Using Photoshop
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 … Continue reading Nishika 3-D N8000 Camera: Review
There are different ways to view images in a stereopair and they all rely on each image being viewed separately by the corresponding eye so your brain can fuse the two 2-D images into one 3-D image. A nice pictorial explanation for stereocards can be found on the Getty website. FREE-VIEWING STEREOVIEWS Freeviewing is the … Continue reading How to View Stereoscopic 3-D Images