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Brian Wallace

The Art and Photography of Brian Wallace - 2Dand3DStereo

Pasadena, MD

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Biography...

I create images in 2D as well as 3D stereo. My 3D stereo images are created in two formats...

Anaglyph - requires Red/Cyan filtered 3D glasses for viewing depth. These 3D glasses are inexpensive and can be found with a search on the web. I recommend Rainbow Symphony, or American Paper Optics. Some internet sites even offer a free pair of 3D glasses.

Crossview - requires the side-by-side stereo pair to be entirely in view. To view, gently converge (cross) your eyes and focus on the middle image that appears while ignoring the outside. If you're successful, this method becomes easier each time and eventually 2nd nature. No 3D glasses are required for this format.

I also draw and paint and have a gallery of "traditional" artwork.

History...

I'm a retired communications instructor/developer, raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland (USA). I have a wide range of interests which include some artistic talent. My eclectic tastes, thirst for variety, and preference for images over words, eventually lead me through the internet to the world of 3D stereo in 2005.

Once I discovered that basically anyone with a camera, PC and access to the internet could create and share 3D images, I enthusiastically began a very interesting and somewhat addictive odyssey into a world that was a little off the beaten path though right up my alley!

I realized quickly that this particular hobby was becoming more of a passion. I joined several international internet groups devoted to facets of 3D stereo which helped me immensely to learn and share ideas...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/anaglyphs/?yguid=207655338

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/3D-StereoviewXchange/?yguid=207655338

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fuji3d/?yguid=207655338

Each time I think I've reached a peak, I find myself crossing another threshold that challenges my abilities and talents while paving way to another plateau. My hope is to become the best that I can be, not just with 3D stereo but life in general.

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