Stereo Photography This site has stereo pairs displayed at three different sizes and for both 'cross-eyed' and straight viewing. There are test images (cicles in a square) for practice and selection of the best size and viewing technique. After determinig the best view, click the label to view the set at that size and view. |
Stereo Photography This site seems to have the best stereo pairs for 'cross-eyed' viewing. The selection is very good also.
3-D Photography This site is the most comprehensive site that I found during my search.
Stereo Photography Page This site has a humorous take on stereo photography. Great writing! And I finally noticed the 'animated gif' 3-D image at the top of the page, but it doesn't have a 3-D look to me.
Torrey Nelson's Stereo Photography Page This site has stereo pairs that seem to have been made by the mirror attachment I mentioned in my text. The results are pretty good, but having the 'side' images so close is a little distracting.
Slidebar Stereo Photography This site displays some great stereo pairs for cross-eyed viewing. (Since I've looked more closely, I think some are displayed for straight viewing.) The slidebar is what I used for the pair on my page. You should be good at cross-eyed viewing before trying these, because they are displayed at full screen width.
Pinhole Photography - An old pinhole photograph is compared to a modern 35mm photo of the re-created scene with an explanation of the process for making a large-format pinhole photograph using photo enlarging paper. |
Photographic Perspective - Our experience with photography gives us the impression that the focal length of the lens will create a particular perspective in the resulting photograph. However, the photos shown here illustrate that it is camera-to-subject distance, not lens focal length that makes the difference.
Stereo Photography - A stereo photo pair is displayed with instruction for viewing in 3-D by the "cross-eyed" technique. There is also a brief account of my experience with stereo photo systems and links to several excellent and comprehensive sites on stereo photography.
Film Resolution - A portrait of a young woman and enlargements of her eyes demonstrate the degree of resolution I was able to obtain with B&W 35mm film.
Bridal Portrait - A portrait of a young bride and enlargements of her eyes demonstrate the degree of resolution achieved with 35mm colorprint film.
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