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StereoJets: International Perspectives & A 3D Tribute to David Hutchison

Friday, November 3, 7:00 PM
Fall 2000
StereoJets: International Perspectives


David Burder, of 3-D Images, London, UK and Peter Sinclair, of Stereographic Arts in Toronto, Ontario, will present a variety of StereoJet 3D transparencies and reflective prints up to 16 by 22." Peter will share his innovative use of historical images in this newest 3D print technology and also show his acclaimed lenticular prints. David's stereoscopic images were often used in the early demonstrations of the StereoJet, and he became one of its first licensed practitioners. He will answer questions relating to this process, and also show his latest camera design, the Stereo Macrolist.

A 3D Tribute to David Hutchison

Author Photo for “Fantastic 3D” – Stereo Composite by Steve Aubrey

Susan Pinsky and David Starkman of Reel-3D in Los Angeles present their beautiful memorial to this great writer, photographer and proponent of 3D imaging. The show includes much of his best photography, including infrared stereo and many fascinating behind-the-scenes photographs of science-fiction film shoots.

Stereography: A Fresher Portrayal

Designed to showcase the Stereo Club of Southern California from 1955 to the present, "Fresher Portrayal" represents the work of more than 55 different stereographers. Techniques range from close-ups, hyperstereos, portraits, trick stereo, sandwiches, composites, to macro and natural beauty. Explored in mini sequences, each set to appropriate music and narration. A timeless classic brought to us by Susan Pinsky and David Starkman.

The meeting will include some announcements, and our usual informal show-and-tell when members share their own work (in any format) in viewers or on bulletin boards around the room. Many other special guests and out-of-town members will be present for this meeting, including Jon Golden and Jan Burandt of 3D Concepts.


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