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


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

Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Dali and red bow
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, Stereoview low resolution, Fern
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker. stereoview card, saucer magnolia blossoms, low resolution
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Moth
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Spider
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Snow and Maple Trees
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Sharon drawing at table
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Maples in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, show falling in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, snow moon in front of my studio
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Sharon picking Daisies
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Dali watching
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Yucca in an urn
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Amaryllis
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Dali at home
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Zulu baskets
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Hidden urn
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Lilies
Evan Lindquist artist-printmaker, stereoview card, Ripples
Each image is labeled with a legal notification of copyright. As artist and photographer of these images, I retain all rights of copyright. To promote interest in stereoscopic history, you may save and print a copy of any or all of the 18 images that appear on this page, with the following restrictions:
(1) Do not change any image or its gray mount.
(2) If printed, the image must include the gray mount and must be printed exactly seven inches (180mm) wide to fit a traditional Holmes Stereoscope.
(3) The image may not be bought or sold nor used for any commercial, advertising, or promotional purposes.
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 the Leitz Stereoly attachment adapted for a digital camera
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