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.
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