Photogram, June 2017
Photogram, June 2017

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2017. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card.

Photogram, January 2018
Photogram, January 2018

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2018. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card for viewing with handheld reflecting stereoscope.

Photogram, 2017
Photogram, 2017

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2018. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card for viewing with handheld reflecting stereoscope.

Reflecting stereoscope, 2017
Reflecting stereoscope, 2017

Reflecting stereoscope built by Hal Rammel for viewing pairs of stereo photographs mounted separately on 10" x 10" cards. This stereoscope is modeled after the original reflecting (mirror) stereoscope invented by Charles Wheatstone in the 1830s in his studies of the phenomenon of binocular vision. Wheatstone ‘tested’ his stereoscope with geometrical drawings, but within a few years commissioned Fox Talbot to produce photographs that might be visualized in 3D using his invention.

Handheld reflecting stereoscope with side-by-side mounted stereo photographs, 2017
Handheld reflecting stereoscope with side-by-side mounted stereo photographs, 2017

Handheld reflecting stereoscope built by Hal Rammel for viewing stereo photographs mounted side-by-side on 12" x 20" cards. This is a handheld variation of the original reflecting (mirror) stereoscope invented by Charles Wheatstone in the 1830s for his studies of the phenomenon of binocular vision.

Stereoscope, 1996
Stereoscope, 1996

Remodeled vintage stereoscope by Hal Rammel with wider hood to accommodate modern eyeglasses. Designed for viewing vintage and contemporary stereo view cards.

Stereo pinhole camera built by Hal Rammel, 1997.
Stereo pinhole camera built by Hal Rammel, 1997.

This stereo (3D) pinhole camera uses paper negatives (3" x 7") to produce side-by-side images which can be used in vintage stereoscopes when mounted on 3 1/2"x 7" cards.

Stereo photogram, 1999
Stereo photogram, 1999

Stereo (3D) photogram, a contact print positive from paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 1999
Stereo photogram, 1999

Stereo (3D) photogram, paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 2004
Stereo photogram, 2004

Stereo (3D) photogram, a contact print positive from paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 2017
Stereo photogram, 2017

Silver gelatin prints on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo photogram, 2007.
Stereo photogram, 2007.

Silver gelatin prints (contact print positive) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997
Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997

Silver gelatin prints (original pinhole negatives) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997.
Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997.

Silver gelatin prints (original pinhole negatives) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo photogram, 2017.
Stereo photogram, 2017.

Silver gelatin prints on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Photogram, June 2017
Photogram, January 2018
Photogram, 2017
Reflecting stereoscope, 2017
Handheld reflecting stereoscope with side-by-side mounted stereo photographs, 2017
Stereoscope, 1996
Stereo pinhole camera built by Hal Rammel, 1997.
Stereo photogram, 1999
Stereo photogram, 1999
Stereo photogram, 2004
Stereo photogram, 2017
Stereo photogram, 2007.
Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997
Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997.
Stereo photogram, 2017.
Photogram, June 2017

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2017. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card.

Photogram, January 2018

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2018. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card for viewing with handheld reflecting stereoscope.

Photogram, 2017

Stereo cameraless photographs, 2018. Silver gelatin prints mounted on 11" x 20" card for viewing with handheld reflecting stereoscope.

Reflecting stereoscope, 2017

Reflecting stereoscope built by Hal Rammel for viewing pairs of stereo photographs mounted separately on 10" x 10" cards. This stereoscope is modeled after the original reflecting (mirror) stereoscope invented by Charles Wheatstone in the 1830s in his studies of the phenomenon of binocular vision. Wheatstone ‘tested’ his stereoscope with geometrical drawings, but within a few years commissioned Fox Talbot to produce photographs that might be visualized in 3D using his invention.

Handheld reflecting stereoscope with side-by-side mounted stereo photographs, 2017

Handheld reflecting stereoscope built by Hal Rammel for viewing stereo photographs mounted side-by-side on 12" x 20" cards. This is a handheld variation of the original reflecting (mirror) stereoscope invented by Charles Wheatstone in the 1830s for his studies of the phenomenon of binocular vision.

Stereoscope, 1996

Remodeled vintage stereoscope by Hal Rammel with wider hood to accommodate modern eyeglasses. Designed for viewing vintage and contemporary stereo view cards.

Stereo pinhole camera built by Hal Rammel, 1997.

This stereo (3D) pinhole camera uses paper negatives (3" x 7") to produce side-by-side images which can be used in vintage stereoscopes when mounted on 3 1/2"x 7" cards.

Stereo photogram, 1999

Stereo (3D) photogram, a contact print positive from paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 1999

Stereo (3D) photogram, paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 2004

Stereo (3D) photogram, a contact print positive from paper negative by Hal Rammel mounted on 3 1/2" x 7" stereoview card format.

Stereo photogram, 2017

Silver gelatin prints on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo photogram, 2007.

Silver gelatin prints (contact print positive) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997

Silver gelatin prints (original pinhole negatives) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo pinhole photograph, 1997.

Silver gelatin prints (original pinhole negatives) on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

Stereo photogram, 2017.

Silver gelatin prints on 3 1/2” x 7” card.

show thumbnails