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Anaglyphs - Red left, Blue right
Stereo Photography -- 3d Photography
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If you're in a hurry and just want a quick sample of my best anaglyphs, click HERE

3D Imagng and Stereo Photography are hobbies I have pursued since I was a teenager. It all started when I found a Kodak Realist stereo camera for sale at a benefit auction. The camera itself never did work right (actually, it's in really good shape, just needs to be cleaned and adjusted) but it served as the inspiration for experimentation and discovery.

Recently I have developed somewhat of an aptitude for producing pretty decent anaglyphs. I still enjoy free-view pairs but I believe they are not as universally viewable as anaglyphs. I will post some from time to time. There are still some lighting situations that are impossible to convert to acceptable anaglyphs.

I've put together a brief synopsis of my learnings through the years. Stereographic Imaging in Theory and Practice is a work in progress that details some of the concepts necessary to understand the process and create your own stereo images. If I get enough encouragement, I might actually finish it.

To 'free view' stereo images takes knowledge and practice. Anaglyphs require special equipment. If you are not an experienced "Stereo Surfer", please take some time and explore these excellent informational and educational resources:

All of my images were produced using standard photographic equipment - a Yashica TL Electro-X (retired) and an Olympus XA a Canon A1 and A70 - No specialized 3D cameras, attachments or filters were used. No animals were harmed in the creation of these images.

All images © Terry Blackburn, 1997, 2004
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