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Burder Covers the Royal Wedding


David Burder (FRPS* and FNYSS**) covered the Royal Wedding in London last week. He managed to capture "The Kiss" from a vantage point just 30 meters outside the gates of Buckingham palace, with flags waving and jubilant crowds in the foreground.

Longtime members will remember David's presentation of stereojets and medical imagery at our Fall 2000 event.


Burder shot this auspicious moment using the new JVC GS-TD1BEK 3D Video Camera. He also shot still images using the Fuji W3.


Burder has photographed royal weddings and jubliees since 1981. He collaborated on production of the wonderful lenticular portrait of Queen Elizabeth in 2005. A presentation of some highlights will be given at the annual convention of the The Stereoscopic Society held in Chesterfield, UK, May 13-16.

*Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
**Friend and Member of the New York Stereoscopic Society


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