anagliff

Photographer

Exeter, Devon




I shoot all my stuff as stereo pairs. From these I produce:

Anaglyph (red/blue fringed) 3D images.   You will need red/blue glasses to view these properly.

Stereoscopic photography was enormously popular in Victorian times; everything from formal portraits, reportage and landscapes right down to 'naughty postcards' were avilable in various stereoscopic formats.

The anaglyph 3D technique was invented in the 1850s. and has had a degree of popularity ever since.

Anaglyph 'glamour' magazines were a novelty in the 1950s (featuring amongst others, Bettie Page).

Silent movie star Harold LLoyd was an enthusiast and he took anaglyphs of many of the Hollywood stars of the 1940-50s.

Anaglyph 3D movies also had a brief moment of popularity in the 1950s (notably 'The Creature from the Black Lagoon').

The lo-tech nature of the technique appeals to me. I think it suits my retro, tongue-in-cheek style.

Thanks for seeking out my page.

Cheap red/blue (or more strictly cyan) glasses are available on e-bay, amongst other places.




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67
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2020-07-10T19:11:41+00:00
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2017-07-29T11:45:55+00:00
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