Shafts of light
I’m fortunate to be an early riser and love being in my favourite local places just as the sun rises. When you’re there and move, the shafts of light move when you do; when viewed in 3‑D they seem to form an almost solid part of the scene. These were all taken sequentially.
© 2020 Helen Bovill
Helen Bovill (Hull, UK)
I’ve lived in Hull, UK all my life and have been taking stereo photos since 2011, having been inspired to do so by Brian May’s first book on the subject, ‘’A Village Lost and Found’’. The main subjects of my stereo photography are wildlife, nature and rock concerts but since taking up stereo photography I have become more appreciative of architecture and all its fine details that look so good when captured in 3‑D. Although I own a 3‑D camera, the Fuji W3, well over half my stereo photos are taken sequentially on either an iPhone7 or on one of my Canon cameras.