Professional 3D Photography
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Why no VR?
Unlike the interactive, 360 degree view using a virtual reality goggle, one cannot look around while viewing a 3D picture with a stereoscope. Instead, the viewer can focus on taking in the many layers of spatial depth in an individual image while retaining all the qualities of a conventional photograph.
As in individual photographs, stereo images depict a single motif, which is, however, supplemented by the added dimension of spatial depth.
Classic stereoscopy offers the following advantages with respect to panoramic VR scans:
- Image composition, visual axes and ascertainment of lighting direction
- Visual language and suggestive image solutions
- Depth of field and bokeh
- Physical prints on photographic paper
- Much higher optical quality and resolution
- No dizziness or headache
Oczko Stereo wants to extend sophisticated photography to include the third dimension, and combine the old craft of stereoscopy with modern technologies.
About Oczko Stereo
Hi, my name is Dominik Oczkowski. I am an architect and stereoscopist based in Munich.
After ten years of work experience as an architect and assistantships at the university and theatre, I now want to add the third dimension to architectural photography. My goal is to develop new concepts for the documentation of space.
Following many hours in the darkroom and the construction of multiple stereo cameras, I am now able to provide professional high-quality stereoscopy.
I founded Oczko Stereo to combine the old craft of stereoscopic photography with modern technology.
I am proud to offer my profound knowledge in these fields to realize your 3D projects.
By the way, Oczko is not only an acronym of my name, it also means small eye in Polish.