A different look at stairways
In recent years I was again and again fascinated by so many types of stairways and tried to capture them in their own dynamic expression as stereo views. My fascination with the different architectural shapes of stairs whose end purpose is a simple functionality remains unbroken. Enjoy this small selection of my “staireos”…
© 2020 Thomas Asch
Thomas Asch (Zürich, Switzerland)
The Collector: In the early 1980s I found at a flea market a bundle of Viewmaster reels with a viewer and this was the spark for enthusiastic collecting of stereoscopy until today. My collection consists of stereo cards, Viewmaster and of course “hardware” such as Stereoscopes and Cameras.
The Photographer: In 1983 I bought a Revere from the 50s as my first Stereocamera and shortly after that a View Master Personal Camera to begin creating my own stereo photography. Main stereo subjects in the following years were my family and travel photos on various trips. After my retirement from an IT job, five years ago, my activities and pretensions as stereo photographer broadened significantly.