stereoscopic photography

stereoscopic photography

[¦ster·ē·ə¦skäp·ik fə′täg·rə·fē]
(optics)
A technique that simulates stereoscopic vision, in which two photographs are made with the camera or object of study displaced, or simultaneously with two cameras, or with a stereoscopic camera, and each of the photographs is viewed by one eye, using a stereoscope or other optical system.
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Part of Honor 10 Lite's selfie camera tech are stereoscopic photography lighting at different settings from soft lighting to stage lighting making studio-level portrait photography achievable even at home.
Journey to the Past combines translations of travel writing in modern European languages with the digital images from the Royal Commission's archives and includes virtual reality, digital reconstructions - for example, a short video clip based on a laser scan of St Winefride's Chapel in Holywell - and recreations of Victorian stereoscopic photography.
The use of stereoscopic photography to estimate browse use by large ungulates.
When using the Nonmyd WX3D , simultaneous stereoscopic photography is possible in just one shot.
Before the advent of the snapshot and the shutter speeds that supported the experiments of Eadweard Muybridge and Etienne Jules Marcy, stereoscopic photography was considered the first form of "instantaneous" photography (Newhall 115; Prodger 76; Rosenblum 167).
Marcy's sculptural moving image echoes Muybridge's "apparently solid miniature horse trotting." And, like Muybridge, Marcy's efforts to represent motion in all its dimensions drew on experience with stereoscopic photography. During the year prior to his first multi-camera images, he had used a dual-lens stereo camera to photograph the geometric shapes and volumes articulated by thin rods, chords, and bands vibrating in space (Braun, Picturing 124).
In addition to products of the global film industry, art photography, portraiture, photomontage, stereoscopic photography, offset printing, mug shots, advertisements, newspapers and magazines, are among the media that shaped New Womanhood.
At this moment I am working on a number of curved picture planes, trying to figure out how they register and interact through stereoscopic photography.
So even now that the band is somewhat impoverished by the death of its main attraction, and the fact that lead guitarist Brian May spends most of his time rescuing badgers and trying to reignite the nation's passion for stereoscopic photography (no, me either) I still have to say I love them.
3-D actually predates cinema -- stereoscopic photography was developed in the mid 19th century -- but it fused only occasionally with motion pictures before the 1950s.
With stereoscopic photography, it's obvious that our perception has less to do with what we see than with what our brain does with that information.
The 3D short documentary, Digital Darkroom, takes viewers into the fascinating world of stereoscopic photography with artists who are at the forefront of their craft, using digital tools to create imaginative works, screens with the short films Le Grand Combat and The Fay, and the 3D animated short, Foxed.