Tag: 3d

  • Was the Mona Lisa intended to be stereoscopic?

    Did you know there are two almost identical versions of the Mona Lisa? No? Me neither. Long story short, some scientists scanned an “insignificant” painting and found that beneath many layers of paint sat an almost identical copy of Da Vinci’s masterpiece. Upon further study, it appears the second version was painted from a slightly…

  • American Analog: A Man’s Best Friend

    I’ve been a little slow on posting some of my film stuff lately (because Kickstarter), but I’m glad to finally share some pieces I’ve been sitting on for a month. These were all shot on Tri-X film using my Nishika 3D camera. I spotted this pair a few different times in the Mission before I…

  • American Analog: ImageTech 3D film camera

    Looking back at my work this year, I have to say that the brief experiments I did with 3D film cameras and animated gifs are some of my favorite shots. I think I’d like to step up my stereoscopy game next year, so I decided to pick up some new cameras to mess around with.…

  • American Analog: Laughing Squid

    Since I posted some fresh black and white 3D shots last week, I thought I’d share some more stereoscopic gifs from the Laughing Squid meet-up in February in SF. These were all shot on Lomography’s 400 iso color negative film on my Nishika 9000, then animated using Photoshop. BTW, I may be doing an informal…

  • American Analog: Tri-D

    It’s been a while since I’ve posted some shots from my Nishika 3D camera, so I thought I’d try out some Tri-X 400 iso film to so how the effect would look in black and white.

  • American Analog: the GIF City

    I had messed around with animating shots from analog 3D cameras before, and loved the result. So on my last trip to NYC I decided to shoot a bunch of rolls and see what I could come up with. These shots were all taken on a Nishika N9000, which I honestly didn’t like as much…