A Journey Into Deep Space

A Journey Into Deep Space

Ready for a jour­ney into deep space? Space and galax­ies have always fas­ci­nat­ed me, so when the book Cos­mic Clouds 3D by David Eich­er and Bri­an May was released in 2020, I got the idea of con­vert­ing my tra­di­tion­al space paint­ings into 3D by using a depthmap. But I realised that the result was far from sat­is­fy­ing. So I switched from can­vas to dig­i­tal art­work, which has the advan­tage of being eas­i­er to con­vert into a stereo­scop­ic draw­ing than a tra­di­tion­al one. 

Translucent stereoscopic symmetry

The work being dis­played in this gallery I call dou­ble expo­sure stereo­scop­ic images. I start with a stereo­scop­ic image in side by side “par­al­lel view” for­mat and process the images for the left and the right eye sep­a­rate­ly. I use an image edi­tor to pro­duce 

Villa Ecclesiae

Villa Ecclesiae

The cen­ter­piece of these stere­oviews is Igle­sias, in the province of South Sar­dinia, Italy. It was found­ed in 1258, and its orig­i­nal name was Vil­la Ecclesiae.

A breeze from Brazil

A breeze from Brazil

The vil­lage stere­os por­trays the charm­ing his­tor­i­cal cen­ter of the city of Tiradentes, in Minas Gerais, Brazil, one of my favorite places.

Beneath the waves

Beneath the waves

Once becom­ing a div­er in 2004, it was only a mat­ter of time before I took my love of stereo pho­tog­ra­phy beneath the waves. When div­ing, you are nev­er sure exact­ly what you will find, but inevitably some­thing won­der­ful appears before you. Don’t miss these stun­ning under­wa­ter 3D photos!

Using Artificial Intelligence in the Stereoscopic World

Using Artificial Intelligence in the Stereoscopic World

The father of the stere­oscopy, Charles Wheat­stone, used geo­met­ric pic­tures to demon­strate his the­sis about the “phys­i­ol­o­gy of binoc­u­lar vision”. Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence could be a new way to cre­ate stereo­scop­ic worlds.

Freezing the movement of light

Freezing the movement of light

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

4 YEARS — Restless New York City

4 YEARS — Restless New York City

ANAGLYPH GLASSES NEEDED! As the world around us got increas­ing­ly changed polit­i­cal­ly, New York City streets have pro­vid­ed a unique stage for both the social unrest and the epidemic.

Simultaneous nature photography

Simultaneous nature photography

One of the advan­tages of liv­ing in Scot­land is that you are very nev­er far from a beau­ti­ful land­scape. Some of these stere­os were tak­en a short walk from my home and the oth­ers just a short journey.

Flower close ups

Flower close ups

In tak­ing flow­ers stere­os, I try to accen­tu­ate the poet­ic nat­ur­al beau­ty of each subject.