VSC Meeting, March 2023
Sunday, March 12th at 3:00 pm EDT / 8:00 pm CET
We’re happy to have David Starkman presenting one item of his huge collection: An Ives Kromoskop, which was the device used to achieve this superimpostion and colorizing of the three black and white stereoscopic glass plates comprising the “Kromogram”.
Also, David Kuntz and Vanessa Grein will talk about their collaboration, describe some of their working methods, and of course, share many of their images which include their signature nebula scenes and many other types of multi-image composites.
Join us next Sunday!
The Ives Stereo Kromskop — one of the earliest color stereo processes
Patented December 18, 1894, the Ives Kromskop was one of the earliest stystems for presenting color photographic images.
In this talk, I will show a Stereo Ives Kromoskop. Diagrams will illustrate the internal workings of the viewer, and color images using modern techniques to combine the three images to create color will be shown.
3D — The Final Frontier
Stereoscopic space drawings and more.
Vanessa Grein and David Kuntz
The Tex Treadwell Award at 3D-Con 2022 went to a joint entry from Vanessa Grein and David Kuntz. This is the first time in NSA history a collaborative stereocard set has won, and work of this kind is relatively unique in the 3D world. But, over the past two years, Vanessa and David have produced dozens of images together. Their output includes their signature nebula scenes and many other types of multi-image composites. In this presentation, Vanessa and David will describe some of their working methods and process, and of course, share many of their images.
The advantage of a virtual community is that we can gather online, no matter where we’re from. But we don’t have the chance to socialize in person. That’s why we have a section called „In-Depth Socializing“ to get to know each other a bit better. Each time, we interview one or two of our community members.
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