3D Manifesto explores the exciting world of Stereo-3D photography, as seen through the magical wonder tech of red/cyan 3D glasses. It's mostly a photo gallery, partly a blog, and very rarely updated.

In my non-photo-hobby time I develop video games and VR experiences, independently and for clients. 

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Paradise Point Resort

San Diego, California. View more on Flickr.

3D Photo Creation with the Nishika N8000

Mike Morris has informed me that 3Dallas.com has gone offline and that his Nishika-to-Anaglyph tutorial videos have been moved to YouTube. For those curious about film-based stereography, Mike does a great job of explaining the process from film capture to digital anaglyph creation.

I've linked here to Part 1 of his four part series. You can view them all on his YouTube channel.

Lakeside Amusement Park

No photos allowed. Oops. I took one.

If Lakeside Amusement Park in Denver, Colorado looks like it hasn't been updated since 1908, that's because, well... it probably hasn't. Trees grow through the pavement, buildings stand a bit crooked and the rides are as rickity now as they were 100 years ago. Evening crowds are on the sketchy side, and despite all the cool architectural photo ops, management does not take kindly to photographers, and will approach you if they see you framing a shot. 

Still, Lakeside is a must-see for fans of classic amusement parks. It's a treasure of Americana, frozen in time. And as it was yesteryear, admission is only a couple of bucks (sometimes free if the gate person is feeling lazy). Walk the boardwalk, play some games, have some park food, then ride the Cyclone coaster and vomit it up. Good times.

Just keep that camera on the down low.

Visit them at Lakeside Amusement Park.

P-51 Mustang

Cooling off after a landing at the Fargo Air Museum.

Skeleton Dance 3D (iOS App)


One of my recent apps, download it from the iTunes App Store

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