I shoot stereo photographs as a hobby. I am particularly fond of the technique known as "hyperstereo". This is the effect you get from shooting the two images of a stereo pair farther apart than the 2 or so inch distance between your eyes. It tends to make things look smaller, of course, but it also heightens the sense of space and depth. Hence you get a much better sense of a scene than you could get from a flat image and often much better than from a traditional stereo image.

Many of these images are grabbed on the fly during my travels, so the images are not necessarily of commercial grade. But I find them enjoyable to look at and I think you will too. If you have any questions or comments, email me.

--Tim Landry

The Galleries:




North America

Art & Experimental

Got your 3D glasses?

To view the images in these galleries you're going to need a pair of red/cyan anaglyph viewing glasses. If you don't have a pair laying around I'll be happy to send you one.

Just send a self-addressed, stamped business envelope and a one dollar bill to:
3D Glasses

8036 Shadyglade Ave.

North Hollywood, CA 91605