This tutorial is based on my personal workflow for creating side-by-side stereos and includes several apps for taking, aligning, combining, and post-processing stereophotos. From shot to post, all files stay entirely on the smartphone. Depending on the occasion I slightly modify my workflow by adding, replacing, or skipping particular steps. But on average the process really comes down to 3 minutes to get a finished side-by-side stereophoto.
The technique how to free view varies a bit from person to person, and it is simply difficult to explain in words. Last but not least, free viewing has some advantages, but is not necessary if you have a viewer. But with a little practice you will experience a whole new dimension of photography!
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.
written for the stereosite by David Kuntz, USA Stereo photography is a bit more demanding than traditional flat photography, because a poorly rendered 3D image can be difficult or unpleasant to view. So, the stereo photographer has to take additional steps, not required with flat photos, …