Welcome photographers, collectors and lovers of stereoscopy!
No matter if you are just curious about how stereoscopy works or if you’ve been taking your own stereo photos for years. Maybe you just found an old handheld viewer in your grandpa’s attic or your collection of Victorian stereo slides has been growing for decades. This page is for you.
You will notice that different authors already have contributed articles or photos and that there are permanent teams for help and editorial support – this is because I don’t want this site to be my personal showroom, but to be a place for content made by different members of the stereoscopic community. I believe that a cooperation of serious and passionate community members will create an enriching experience for all and help form interpersonal connections. That’s why I would love to see it grow with your help.
I would be very happy to find people who are able and willing to share their knowledge, treasures and their stereophotos on here. Please feel free to get in touch via e‑mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will also post about my collection, upload some photos and share my own experiences. Stay tuned!
Individual help and feedback!
All of us, especially enthusiastic beginners, sometimes face technical issues with our own stereo photos.
That’s why we have launched a support panel that you can send your images and individual questions to. This way it is easily possible to work on images you are unsure about without uploading them anywhere in public. Read more.
As sister-sites the Brooklyn Stereoscopic Community and the Stereosite are in permanent collaboration. So most of the presentations from BSC meetings will be published as articles afterwards, here on the Stereosite.
But communicating directly with other BSC stereo enthusiasts is only possible at www.brooklynstereoscopic.org.