Stereo Window basics

Stereo Window basics

writ­ten for the stere­osite by David Kuntz (Ran­cho Palos Verdes, Cal­i­for­nia, 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 

Getting started with Catadioptric stereos (Mirror stereos)

Getting started with Catadioptric stereos (Mirror stereos)

You may or may not know that adding a small hand­held mir­ror to your stereo arse­nal can help you over­come many of the com­mon ‘cha-cha’ prob­lems. With the mir­ror reflect­ing half of the camera’s view, you can cap­ture an entire stere­opair in a sin­gle shot, elim­i­nat­ing tim­ing-relat­ed issues. Read a step-by-step guide here.

Evolving to a twin camera set up

Evolving to a twin camera set up

If you are already tak­ing stereo pic­tures, well done! How­ev­er, if you desire to broad­en your hori­zons by cap­tur­ing more chal­leng­ing images, for exam­ple freez­ing motion, or cre­at­ing dra­mat­ic land­scapes, then a twin cam­era set up may be the answer.

Macro stereo photography: a beginner’s perspective

Macro stereo photography: a beginner’s perspective

This arti­cle describes a sim­pli­fied approach to macro stere­os, which should serve as a start­ing point for fur­ther exper­i­men­ta­tion with this medi­um.

Unique floral photography

Unique floral photography

Remov­ing the back­ground of flo­ral pho­tog­ra­phy will show­case the intri­cate beau­ty of even the sim­plest of flow­ers. Here you can read how to do it.