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Stereoscopic 3-D Exhibit by NYSS Member Stuart Stiles with a Master Class in Digital Stereo Photography

Stereoscopic 3-D —Photography with the depth of normal vision.
A Lyceum presentation of Orange County Community College
115 South Street, Middletown, NY

This exhibit of stereo photography by Stuart Stiles and others also introduces various formats that were developed by ingenious innovators who designed their own unique systems for taking and viewing of stereo photographs.

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Reception: Saturday, August 29, 2009 2:30 to 5 pm
Master class digital stereo photography: September 14, 2009, 11 am - 12:45 pm
Exhibit Schedule: through September 25, 2009.

Details found on the college website: www.sunyorange.edu/calendar/

Organized by Stuart Stiles, member of the New York Stereoscopic Society and psychology professor emeritus, Orange County Community College to introduce an awareness of major techniques that are landmarks in the history of stereo photography by which stereo images can be obtained and viewed this exhibit shows stereo photographs of cameras and viewers, as well as stereo images produced by such equipment.

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The free exhibit is in the gallery loft of Orange Hall on the Middletown, NY campus, a public space. Parking on campus is limited. The Saturday reception, also free, should find more parking will be available.

For assistance email Professor Stiles: 3d@sunyorange.edu

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