A light-hearted series of poorly shot stereoviews from the goodly folk at VistaScreen.
An examination of a 3D image of the moon that predates the moon landing by almost a century - and explore its technique and the people and companies involved.
A frank discussion of the notable German stereoscopic company primarily active during the Nazi era, and how its images will be presented on this blog.
In which we examine the first 11 slides in the Puthon Collection, meet some of our cast of characters, and see the beauty of the regions around Chamonix and Salvan through the lens of an inexperienced stereo photographer.
An overview of the Puthon Collection, which inspired the creation of this blog.
Who doesn't love a good circus? The elephants, the clowns, the peanuts, the acrobats, the pretty ladies, the frightening tigers, the overwhelming sense of spectacle - all for the price of admission. In the United Kingdom, the circus was all but dead after the Great War. But then a former Captain from the Royal Army …
People who start reading this blog regularly will notice a recurring theme in my collection - besides Great War views and amateur stereographs, there's nothing I like more than a weird scene. This a pretty weird stereoview, especially when one considers that it was taken by B. W. Kilburn, one of the great American stereo …