- Art of the WiggleStereoscopic Analog Photography
- The following compositions put an unconventional spin on traditional stereoscopic photographs. To create these, I simultaneously capture four exposures of a single scene using a Nishika N8000 35mm camera. Due to the positioning of the four lenses, the camera captures each exposure from a slightly different perspective. I can simulate a 3D effect by aligning the four developed images around a single convergence point and animating them in Adobe Photoshop. I've included a brief video tutorial below.
To create the most prominent 3D effect, some keys include:
- Precisely aligning a single convergence point in each photograph (ideally located in the middle ground)
- Capturing a scene with ample foreground and background elements to create the parallax effect of depth perception
- Keeping scenes simple
After getting the hang of this effect, I challenged myself to use it to create a visually consistent series of imaginative and captivating compositions. Throughout the series, my intended themes include simplicity, symmetry, repetition, and perspective. I sketched and animated the white lines (not featured in the actual photographs themselves) in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop after finalizing the 3D effect.
Camera - Nishika N8000 35mmFilm - Ilford B&W 400ISOPost-production - Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
Location - Boulder, Colorado
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