Tag Archives: 3D

1956 and stereo is rising again

Toronto. In the 1950s, stereo made one of its periodic rises to the conscious mind of the common man. Books. cameras, attachments and movies touted the impressive 3D imagery. I remember seeing a 3D movie one Sunday starring Vincent Price … Continue reading

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double your pleasure …

Toronto. Fellow member George Dunbar came up with this period advertisement for the Iloca Stereo camera (version 1) from a January 1951 Popular Photography magazine ad.  You may be more familiar with one of the camera’s aliases, the Realist, or … Continue reading

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Celebrating 150 years of Canadian Photo History

NEXT TORONTO MEETING: Wed, June 21, 2017 About a half dozen speakers: Celebrating One-Five-Oh! Our promotions editor Sonja Pushchak said it best: “Join us for Victorian cupcakes and the sort of coffee Sir John A. used to drizzle on his whiskey. … Continue reading

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NSA Summer Convention

Toronto. My friend Bob Wilson, our resident authority on stereo, Sent me a note a few days ago regarding the National Stereographic Association (NSA). Its convention will be held this coming August in Irvine California on August 8 – 17, 2017. … Continue reading

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Wiggle GIF Stereos

Toronto. Photographic Canadiana editor Bob Lansdale sent me this “wiggle 3D” image with a c1880s view from the top of King St in Saint John, NB. The image was shared in the Canadian Photographic History group on Facebook by Jim Murray. Note that … Continue reading

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Some NYC stereos: 1850s – 1930s

Toronto. PHSC member and regular contributor George Dunbar found these NYC stereos from the NYC Public Library (a long time member of the PHSC) collection in an article by Nick Mead in The Guardian, London England. Stereo cards have been popular … Continue reading

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