Scottish stereo sunrises
The Scottish wilderness can be a magical place to be, especially during sunrise in summer. Out in nature so early in the day, alone or not, it is easy to be captivated by the beauty. Photographs don’t always manage to do justice to those magical moments, but with these stereos it is almost possible to feel like you’re standing out there in fresh air, hearing a bird calling in the distance, as you witness the sun painting the sky in bright colours.
© 2020 Janina Assmus
Janina Assmus (Oberallgäu, Germany)
Since 2017, stereoscopy has been part of my life as a unique way to capture memories of all kinds. My preferred subjects are my dogs, and close-ups of nature, though I’ve also experimented with cityscapes since moving to Vienna part-time in 2019.
All my stereos are sequentials, taken either with my phone, with my Sony A7 or with my Panasonic DMC TZ 100. I suppose part of my style is the attempt to capture scenes that are appealing in mono as well as in stereo, teaching me to view the world from all kinds of unusual perspectives.