Rebecca Hackemann is a British/German conceptual artist, who works in a variety of media that are concerned with viewer interaction, optics, 3D, perception and the construction of private and public space. The work is exhibited both in the public realm and in traditional gallery spaces. Some work, such as the … More Rebecca Hackemann
“We are a stereo pair who have been shooting 3-D photos and collecting 3-D items since 1976.” Flickr albums, extensive collection of photos, many with historical value They used to have an online store http://www.reel3d.com/ which is left up for reference.
Susan Pinsky’s site dedicated to people important to the world of stereoscopic imageryhttps://archivesusie3d.wixsite.com/3-dlegends
Perhaps the currently most famous stereo photographer, he has published several books of 3D photography. He has invented the Owl viewer. While working towards his Phd in Astrophysics at Imperial College London, he took a hiatus to play in a rock band. In August 2007 he submitted his thesis, was … More Brian May
From Wikipedia: “Alfred A. Hart (1816–1908) was a 19th-century American photographer for the Central Pacific Railroad. Hart was the official photographer of the western half of the first transcontinental railroad, for which he took 364 historic stereoviews of the railroad construction in the 1860s. Hart sold his negatives to Carleton Watkins, who continued to publish the … More Alfred A. Hart