'Make Your Own 3D Photos' Stereo-Photo Program
Stereo-Photo is an inexpensive, innovative computer program which quickly and easily creates real 3D colour photos from two photos taken side by side. Results are viewed through red/green glasses. Foreground objects hang in mid-air in front of the screen or page. The rest appears at varying distances behind this surface.

Stereo-Photo is very simple to use, normally taking less than one minute to process images. Easy to follow instructions include how to move images backwards and/or forwards after processing. The principles of stereo photography and camera positioning are also explained.

14 Tutorials cover a wide range of creative opportunities. Topics include: simple 3D processing: 3D framing; 3D line drawing; 3D painting; 2D to 3D conversion of single photos and paintings; inserting additional figures and clipart into 3D photos; the making of pop-up prints.

Using a standard PC colour printer, individual 3D prints can easily be created. Some examples of outcomes are presented on the Album page of this website.

3D red/cyan glasses are supplied with this product.

The British Columbia Edition
With the British Columbia Edition comes four separate folders of photographs - Vancouver, Victoria, BC Mainland, Vancouver Island. Subjects range from First Nations totems and ski lifts in the Rockies to outdoor murals and life-like models from several museums.This is a totally new and unique collection, with photographs and art conversions of interest to young and old alike.

This collection of 3D images can be an intriguing and valuable record in its own right - capable of being screened for others to view on return home. However, it is also a starting point for additional 3D photography of the Province - via the Stereo-Photo program.
                                                                                                                                                         
                        UK Price: £14.95

For trade-mark reasons, this edition is being marketed under the new 'D3RD' logo.