How to use a single camera to create a stereo image pair
The basic idea is to take two exposures offset by 2.5 inches horizontally. Of course, the big drawback to using a single camera is it won't work for scenes with significant movement. However, many subjects, such as landscapes and architectural scenes work well.
There are several simple ways to create a stereo image pair with any single-lens film or digital camera.
- camera set on flat surface
- camera in positioning equipment
- the camera-at-waist shimmy
- pair of single-lens cameras