3-D photos
Evan Lindquist, Artist-Printmaker
Artist Laureate for the State of Arkansas, 2013-2017


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A page of three-dimensional photographs taken with a Leitz Stereoly attachment (vintage 1931) and a 2004 digital camera. These stereocards are designed to fit the popular "Holmes Stereoscope" viewers of the nineteenth century.

Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereo view, Dali 2009
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Fern
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker. stereoview card of saucer magnolia blossoms
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereo view, Sphinx Moth photo
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereo view, Garden Spider
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereo view, snow and maple trees
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, Sharon drawing, stereo view
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, snowfall in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, Snow Moon in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, Sharon picking daisies in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, Dali the Tibetan Terrier
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, yucca
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, Amaryllis
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, Dali the Tibetan Terrier
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, baskets in early morning light
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, hiddn urn behind my house
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, colorful lilies
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview, ripples in water
Stereoview cards are also known as Stereographs. Other terms such as Stereoscopy, or 3D imaging, refer to several techniques for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth.
A skill which you may wish to develop is called "Freeviewing", or learning to see the images in 3 dimensions without using a viewing device.
The Stereoview cards on this page were designed to be used with a popular 19th century device called the "Holmes Stereoscope". For a useful description of various kinds of 3D images (and viewing methods), follow this link to Wikipedia's article on Stereoscopy.

See my Leitz Stereoly attachment adapted for a digital camera
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