Stereo Photography Gallery

All of the stereo images below are in left-right-left format, which means that they may be viewed either wall-eyed or cross-eyed. The two leftmost images are for wall-eyed viewing and the two rightmost images are for cross-eyed viewing.


Realist Format Stereo Photography

Wild Horse Butte, Utah: Photographed with a Kodak stereo camera.

 

These petroglyphs are near Moab, Utah on a cliff overlooking the Colorado River.

 

Goblin Valley, Utah at sunset.

 

This photo of a SR-71 was taken with a stereo Realist at Golden Air Tattoo, the air show celebrating the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force held at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.


35mm Slidebar Stereo Photography

This photo of the Big Thompson River in Colorado was taken with a Canon Elan on a macro focus rail. The camera was shifted 65mm. between exposures.

 

2/16/97: The rose was photographed with a Canon Elan w/50mm lens and an EF12 extension tube. The exposure was f11 for 1/10 sec. and the camera was shifted 1 cm. between exposures.

 

3/8/97: Canon Elan w/28-80mm lens and an EF12 extension tube. The exposure was f38 for 1 sec. and the camera was shifted 1 cm. between exposures.

 

7/12/97: Canon Elan w/28-80mm lens and an EF12 extension tube. The exposure was f38 for 1/10 sec. and the camera was shifted 1 cm. between exposures.

 

9/28/97: Canon Elan w/28-80mm lens and an EF12 extension tube. The exposure was f32 for 1/15 sec. and the camera was shifted 1 cm. between exposures.


Medium Format Stereo Photography

Both of the above photos were taken on 6/26/97 in Magnolia Gardens which is near Charleston, SC. They were shot on E100SW in a Sputnik, which is a Russian medium format stereo camera that is readily available used.

 

9/28/97: Both seashell photos were taken with RDP in Mamiya RB67 w/90 mm lens on a macro focus rail. Exposure on both was f32 for 1/30 sec. and the stereo base is 1 cm.

 

7/12/97: E100SW in Mamiya RB67 w/90mm lens on a macro focus rail. Exposure was f32 for 1/15 sec. and the stereo base is 1 cm.


Pinhole Stereo Photography


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