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Stereo Workshops 2003

Sunday, April 6, 2 – 4 pm


The first New York Stereoscopic Society Teach-In will be held on Sunday, April 6 from 2-4pm in the Leonhardt People Center on the second floor of the American Museum of Natural History. The format will be something like a science fair. Members have volunteered to answer questions and offer demonstrations throughout the afternoon event. The goal is to facilitate participation in our "New York Portraits" group show for the summer Members Salon.

Topics will include:

• Mounting film for stereo projection
• Improving techniques with a Realist Format camera
• Creating stereo pairs with a single digital camera
• Using Photoshop to create digital anaglyph files (from scanned film or digital pairs)

Participants are not required to pre-register and there is no additional
fee for this workshop.


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