Stone and Water — A 3D Journey through Bruges

The canals of Bruges have con­nect­ed the city to the sea for cen­turies. Inter­na­tion­al mer­chants guar­an­teed wealth and pros­per­i­ty. Bruges soon became one of the largest Hanse cities. Until today, the medieval build­ings and struc­tures of the 15th cen­tu­ry remained main­ly intact. UNESCO des­ig­nat­ed the entire city cen­tre as a World Her­itage site in 2000.

These stereo pho­tos where tak­en with two synced iPhones 11 Pro mount­ed on a rig. Two com­bined vol­ume con­trols served as a remote shut­ter. This set up is my per­son­al approach to com­bine the advan­tages of a twin cam­era set­up with the light weight of a smart­phone and its abil­i­ty for edit­ing and post-pro­cess­ing the stereo pairs.

© 2022 Pas­cal Martiné

Pascal Martiné (Mainz, Germany)

Pas­sion­ate about stere­oscopy as a col­lec­tor and pho­tog­ra­ph­er since 2016. Admin of the stere­osite. More on About me.