Nice 3Dventures

Every few years I remember how much I like creating 3D photographs, and do a small batch, and then forget again. I have recently remembered again, and compiled some of my best images chronologically on this page.

These were simply shot with regular film and digital cameras – rather than a specialist twin-lens camera – by taking one shot and then shifting the frame a few centimetres to the side for the second.

Placed together, these twin photographs have 3-dimensional potential.

To unlock the stereographic depth, cross your pretty eyes to focus on a point less than a third of the way from you to the screen (it may help to hold a finger up in that position) until the two photos overlap.

1996_c_Light 3D nap

A light-bulb moment (circa 1996)

1996_c_Bedside Table 3D nap

Bedside stuff (circa 1996)

1996_c_Felt Tips and Plants 3D nap

Felt tips and spider plants (circa 1996)

1997_c_Mousehold 1 3D nap

Mousehold Heath (circa 1997)

1997_c_Mousehold 2 3D nap

Narnia (circa 1997)

1997_c_Mousehold 3 3D nap

Mousehold Heath, Norwich (circa 1997)

2004_March 18_Drawers 3D nap

The ripe allure of a bottom drawer (18/3/2004)

2004_March 19_GTFM Studio 2 desk 3D nap

Soundwave mechanisms at the University of Glamorgan (19/3/2004)

2004_March 21_Garden Slabs 3D nap

Seductive slabs in Abergavenny (21/3/2004)

2005_Dec 4_Dove Street 3D 2 nap

For the love of Dove Street, Norwich (4/12/2005)

2005_Dec 4_Lower Goat Lane 3D nap

Going insane for Lower Goat Lane, Norwich (4/12/2005)

2006_March 8_Decay 3D nap

Mulchification in the San Francisco Botanical Gardens (8/3/2006)

2006_march-23_botanical-gardens-3d-nap.jpg

Branching out in the San Francisco Botanical Gardens (23/3/2006)

2009_Aug 31_Hill top opposite Hill Top 3D 2 nap

The hill top opposite Hill Top – a trek through the woods opposite Beatrix Potter’s house (31/8/2009)

2009_Aug 31_Hill top opposite Hill Top 3D 3 nap

The hill top opposite Hill Top, the house where Beatrix Potter wrote and illustrated many of her stories, 2 miles south of Hawkshead in the hamlet of Near Sawrey, Cumbria, Lake District, England, United Kingdom (31/8/2009)

2009_Aug 31_Hill top opposite Hill Top 3D 5 nap

Hill top bottoms (31/8/2009)

2009_Aug 31_Hill top opposite Hill Top 3D 6 nap

A Cumbrian trail (31/8/2009)

2009_Aug 31_Hill top opposite Hill Top 3D 7 nap

Spot the brolly (31/8/2009)

2009_Sept 01_Small Waterfall 3D nap

A falling of water in the Lake District (1/9/2009)

2009_Sept 01_Waterfall 3D 1 nap

Streaming fancy land, Lake District (1/9/2009)

2009_Sept 01_Waterfall 3D 2 nap

Oh tree and waterfall, you beautiful combination, carry you on – in the Lake District (1/9/2009)

2009_Sept 01_View from Honister Slate Mine 3D 1 nap

A viewing yonder from Honister Slate Mine, the last working slate mine in England (1/9/2009)

2009_Sept 01_View from Honister Slate Mine 3D 2 nap

The mighty grey of Honister Slate Mine, Lake District (1/9/2009)

2009_Sept 02_Ullswater waterfall walk 3D 2 nap

Ullswater ramble, Lake District (2/9/2009)

2009_Sept 02_Ullswater waterfall walk 3D 4 nap

What a waterwalkway – Ullswater, Lake District (2/9/2009)

2011_July 04_Wind-Up Monkey 3D nap

It’s a rum do (4/7/2011)

2011_July 04_Angels 3D nap

This and that (4/7/2011)

2011_July 04_Heads 3D nap

Precious (4/7/2011)

2011_July 04_Wind-up 3D nap

Bum (4/7/2011)

2012_March 18_Lake nap

Eye shake at Leziate Lake, King’s Lynn (18/3/2012)

2018_Dec 25_Frosty Garden 1 3D nap

Frosty Christmas Morning (25/12/2018)

2018_Dec 25_Frosty Garden 2 3D nap

Shivering Apple Tree (25/12/2018)

2018_Dec 25_Christmas Tree 1 3D nap

Tinsel time! (25/12/2018)

2018_Dec 25_Christmas Tree 2 3D nap

He has been! (25/12/2018)

Page created: 7/12/2018. Last updated: 29/12/2018
All of this © Jake Wyatt / Nice Adventures Productions

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