3D photo exhibition in Clermont-Ferrand, France
"150 years of 3D photography" is the theme of the "M'as tu vu?" Exhibition visible in Clermont-Ferrand, France up to September 28, 2012. The archives of the French photographer Fernand Ladoux provided more thn 400 3D stereoscopic pictures (dual views and anaglyphs) shot with a Verascope Richard camera. Several rare devices from the Second empire period such as a Mexican stereoscope are also displayed. Modern 3D devices are also used to present modern era pictures from stereographer David Romeuf (rugby, buildings, animals,...).
In the poster above you see a saloon stereoscope.
3D Photo in the 19th Century
The Verascope Richard
The verascpoe Richard pictured here under is identical to the one used by Fernand Ladoux to shot most of the pictures displayed in the exhibition.
The exhibition is visible at the Hôtel du département, Rue saint-Esprit, 24 in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Various collection paraphernalia and over 400 pictures are displayed. The exhibition is managed by Patrick Cochet, responsible for the "Photothèque départementale".