Going beyond the scope
The stereo images of Gisela Anna Kölsch are playing games in two ways. Firstly, her favorite photo motifs are toy figures, carefully and playfully staged. But she also plays with those who view of her stereo photos by bending the rules of stereoscopy in allowing her scenes to literally break through the stereo window.
© 2020 Gisela Anna Kölsch
Gisela Anna Kölsch (Munich, Germany)
I never knew of stereo photography until 13 years ago, when I joined a photography community and saw those “strange” double pictures. At first I didn’t know what that was all about, but then I got hooked. Toys are my favourite subjects, especially dinosaurs and other figures. I’m not a perfect photographer, my true passion is editing photos and creating special frames for my stereos. I take all my stereo pairs sequentially, using the so called ‘cha-cha’ method.