Shafts of light

Shafts of light

I’m for­tu­nate to be an ear­ly ris­er and love being in my favourite local places just as the sun ris­es. When you’re there and move, the shafts of light move when you do; when viewed in 3‑D they seem to form an almost sol­id part of the scene.

Catadioptric stereo photography (Mirror stereos)

Catadioptric stereo photography (Mirror stereos)

All of these stereo pho­tos were tak­en with a sin­gle shot — the only fur­ther equip­ment you need is a mir­ror.

Rigoletto stereo portraits

Rigoletto stereo portraits

Here you see the cast mem­bers of The St Peters­burg Opera Com­pa­ny. All images were cre­at­ed back­stage dur­ing a per­for­mance.

Scottish stereo sunrises

Scottish stereo sunrises

The Scot­tish wilder­ness can be a mag­i­cal place to be, espe­cial­ly dur­ing sun­rise in sum­mer. It is easy to be cap­ti­vat­ed by the beau­ty.

Going beyond the scope

Going beyond the scope

The toy fig­ures in this gallery are care­ful­ly and play­ful­ly staged. But most star­tling is that they break through the stereo win­dow!

Lakeside stereo photos from Norway and Sweden

Lakeside stereo photos from Norway and Sweden

tak­en in april 2020 near Mainz, Ger­many

A different look at stairways

A different look at stairways

Look at the incred­i­ble vari­ety of stair­ways and their dynam­ic expres­sion increased through stere­oscopy.

A hidden world

A hidden world

Macro pho­tog­ra­phy pro­vides a win­dow into what the naked eyes can­not see.

Just flowers

Just flowers

unique flo­ral pho­tog­ra­phy with back­grounds removed

Springtime evening

Springtime evening

tak­en in april 2020 near Mainz, Ger­many