3D photography or stereoscopic photography is the art of capturing and displaying two slightly offset photographs to create three dimensional images.
The 3D effect works because of a principle called stereopsis. Each eye is in a different location, and as a result, it sees a slightly different image. The difference between these images is what lets us perceive depth. The two images are then viewed so that each eye sees only the corresponding picture. Your brain puts the two images together just as it does for normal vision and you perceive a single three dimensional image.
Stereoscopic images of my diorama’s. Looking through the viewer you see depth and therefore have the experience that you are looking straight into the 3D models. Above is an example of my Eyeplants setting. If you have a stereoscope viewer for a computer screen you can experience this image in 3D.
Also you can order a costomized stereobox with a viewer and 4 images on my sales page. There you can also find a gallery of images available in 3D at the moment.