Lisbon in 3D — with lively depth
During my flight to Madeira I was very lucky to have a whole day stopover in Lisbon, which was the perfect test for my new Smartphone-Rig. It has proven itself to work well, capturing even the liveliest scenes with ease. Enjoy these six stereos that would not have been possible without this rig. Experience this beautiful and incredibly alive city in 3‑D.
© 2023 Felix Schlicht
Felix Schlicht (München, Germany)
I started taking my own stereoscopic images in mid-2020 when I first discovered that free-viewing stereoscopic images is possible. Since then, with every photo I take I always find an opportunity to take a second photo from a different angle to create a stereo. While hiking I discovered that increasing the distance between the two images makes it possible to see depth even in distant objects like mountains, which otherwise would have appeared flat. I use my Smartphone Camera (Pixel 4a) to take stereos of just about anything, but my preferred stereo subjects are mountains and landscapes. I recently acquired another Pixel 4a to finally be able to capture moving scenes in stereo, which has opened many new possibilities for me.