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Stabilized, autofocus spotting scopes and binoculars with slaved camera lenses - 20 Dec 2015 21:36

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Anti-Rotation Tabs for a Z-Bar - 20 Dec 2015 20:47

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Synchronizing Sony Alpha Mirrorless Cameras - 20 Dec 2015 20:02

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Photo club presentation - 13 Apr 2015 05:58

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Today I'm giving a presentation at my photo club about the history of 3D photography and some practical advice on getting started. Click the link at the bottom of this page for its "Files" for the OpenDocument slideshow! - (Read more...) - Comments: 0

Stereo Photography for the Digital Age - 05 Mar 2015 22:19

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[I]f your inclination is to champion lost causes, the case of stereo photography is ready-made for you. This lost pup, with us since the very beginnings of photography, continues to occupy a third-rate position in the photographic scheme of things. However, its intrinsic beauty, coupled with the fact that no other process can approach it for sheer realism, makes stereo a perennial favorite that will never quite fully leave the photographic scene; but it will never attain the pinnacle of acceptance that other photo processes have, and that's the pity of it all—it really is one beautiful way to present a photograph.

Excerpt from “3-D Updated”, Paul Farber, U.S. Camera & Travel…January 1966. Time for another update. - (Read more...) - Comments: 0

Brush the grime out of your classic lenses' teeth - 30 Dec 2014 06:36

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Taking Pictures Through the Stereo Window: Matching Lens and Eyepiece Magnification for Immersive Viewfinding - 30 Dec 2014 06:17

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"Keep both eyes open" is common advice to new photographers. It keeps you more aware of your surroundings and more attentive to your subject-including compositional elements and interesting situations developing outside the frame! Maybe even more personable, with at least one normal peeper alongside the camera's giant Cyclops-eye and, over time, fewer creepy squint-wrinkles. - (Read more...) - Comments: 0

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