Monday, March 15, 2010

DIY 3D Photography

The 3D era is coming to movies and video--but it appears the world of still imagery won't be left behind.
Stereography, in which two cameras take photos simulating the perspective of two human eyes, has been used to create 3D imagery since the 19th century. Russ Beinder spotted a more modern approach at the Olympics, with a photographer using two modern digital SLRs conjoined with a Sports Illustrated-labeled rig.

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