I am an amateur 3D photographer, currently General Secretary of the Stereoscopic Society. I’ve been into 3D photography since about 2004.
My interests include underwater photography, orchids, nature in general and travel. I mainly use twin lens digital cameras, a Fuji W3, or a Panasonic GX7 fitted with a 3D lens, for close-ups. I also use twined single lens cameras such as twin Samsung NX1000, or twin Canon SX200 IS. The shutters on the twin rigs are fired by being linked together with special USB cables.
For underwater photography I use my Fuji W3 in a Recsea WHF-3DW3 underwater housing or twin GoPro Hero 3+ Black with the 3D link fitted in the GoPro underwater housing. Both setups give me full control of the camera features underwater.
Recently, I have been using the leaipix.convert.com site to convert some of my old 2D images into 3D stereo pairs. I find the results obtained on this site quite amazing; the conversions are really good and it adds a new dimension to my old holiday images.
This site shows some of my 3D images as side-by-side images; the smaller ones can be free-viewed with a little practice, but the larger ones will require prismatic spectacles for viewing in 3D. Some images are anaglyphs; you need red/cyan glasses to see these images in 3D. See Technical Stuff for further information.
I live in Hertfordshire and give 3D digital shows to local clubs and societies to promote interest in 3D photography.