What to do in 2020, these difficult times for passionate collectors? Read about Thomas Asch’s newest acquisition, get some historical background information and look at the different kinds of stereoscopic Tissues.
Month: December 2020
Unlike painting, in sculpture, the perception of spatial depth may be the most important thing to consider. The relationship of each of the elements distributed in the space is the real challenge to take into account in creating sculpture. In the vast majority of cases, color is dispensed with to focus attention on three-dimensional shapes. In a traditional two-dimensional photograph of a sculpture that perception of depth is lost, and therefore two-dimensional photography is a very ineffective means to represent the spatial awareness of a sculpture.
A 3D photograph usually consists of two images of the same subject taken from different viewpoints. One of the most common questions amongst both experienced and new stereo photographers is how to determine the right distance between the left and right camera positions that should be used when taking the photos. Learn how to achieve the right depth in your photos for a satisfying viewing experience.