Taking Back Tipsters: In Stereo!


Fancy making three-dimensional images and adding a bit more detph in your photos? Stereo is the way to go! If you want to dabble in 3D, make sure to catch the Tipsters after the jump!

3D or stereo images present two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer. Once combined, these 2-dimensional images trick the brain to give 3D depth. There are plenty of stereo cameras you can use to experiment with 3D imaging, as well as DIY options. Interested in trying it out? Here’s this week’s Taking Back Tipsters!

Credits: lostlittlekid

3D Pinhole Fun! - Making the Stereoscopic Film Box Pinhole Camera by lostlittlekid

Stereo shooting doesn’t get any simpler than this. All you need are empty film boxes, a sharp pin, and lots and lots of black tape.

How to make 3D Stereographic Images by gabgallant

Want to learn the basics in 3D stereographic shooting? Look no further than this Tipster!

Nishika, Six Frames, and other Helpful Tips by clownshoes

The Nishika is one of the more famous and affordable stereo cameras out there. It’s the perfect starter camera for dabbling in 3D!

StereoKino: The Mission To Make A 3D Analogue Movie by stouf

Fusing together two Lomokinos might sound like madness, and madness it is! Make sure to have your 3D glasses for an awesome one of a kind 3D movie!

La Sardina in Stereo by gvelasco

As long as you have two La Sardinas handy, you don’t need to buy a stereo camera to shoot 3D images. Just follow the simple steps in this Tipster to animate your Sardina shots.

written by cruzron on 2013-12-07 #gear #tutorials #pinhole #tipster #stereo #3d #taking-back-tipsters

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