Catadioptric stereo photography (Mirror stereos)

If you think you can not take simul­ta­ne­ous stereo pho­tos with­out advanced equip­ment you should def­i­nite­ly take a clos­er look at this gallery! All of these were tak­en with a sin­gle shot — the only fur­ther equip­ment you need is a mir­ror. A mir­ror? That’s right! Read more about this tech­nique in the cor­re­spond­ing arti­cle about Mir­ror stere­os.

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Gordon Au (New York, USA)

I am an avid stere­o­g­ra­ph­er and gen­er­al 3D exper­i­menter, mak­ing stereopho­tos, stere­ovideos, anaglyphs, extrac­tions, and con­ver­sions, draw­ing upon a vari­ety of sources, includ­ing TV and film, art­work, NASA data, prod­uct reviews, and more. I exper­i­ment with cata­diop­tric stere­os, asym­met­ric fram­ing, video pan­ning / zoom­ing of 3D stills, x‑rays and fog as depth map sources, and more. I am a proud mem­ber of and have pre­sent­ed and/or writ­ten for the New York Stereo­scop­ic Asso­ci­a­tion, the Nation­al Stereo­scop­ic Asso­ci­a­tion, and the Inter­na­tion­al Stereo­scop­ic Union.

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