Projekt Details

3D photos of the artworks

066 Still life – detail 071 Geisha Sadayakko – detail 129 Woman on a chair – standard photo 129 Woman on a chair – 3D photo 138 Tuna fishing – standard photo 138 Tuna fishing – 3D photo 147 Bunch of flowers at the window – standard photo 147 Bunch of flowers at the window – 3D phot 149 Poppies and sunflowers – standard photo 149 Poppies and sunflowers – 3D photo 149 Poppies and sunflowers – detail 150 The artist and his model – standard photo The artist and his model – 3D photo 150 The artist and his model – detail 1 150 The artist and his model – detail 2 150 The artist and his model – detail 3 156 Red-haired woman – standard photo 156 Red-haired woman – 3D photo 166 Dressed woman – standard photo 166 Dressed woman – 3D photo
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The Madrid photographer Javier González saw at friends the calendar with my latest artworks of the past year. My friends enthused about the artworks and highlighted the three-dimensional effect, which they liked so much at my works. Javier, a specialist for 3D photography searched contacting me, to find out whether it is possible to enforce the 3D effect at the photos by using a better photographic technique.

There are several possibilities and one of these makes it necessary to use eyeglasses with red and green lenses. We decided to use the 2-photos-technique, where one photo is made with the frontal illumination and a second photo is made with a lateral illumination to work out the shadows of the objects. At two dates we made the photos of those artworks, where the 3D effect was visible at best.
The further work was done then by Javier, by digitally reworking the photos to bring both photos together into one photo, especially to improve the visibility of the shadows at the merged version. A side effect of the work at the art atelier with the artworks was that we could demonstrate the three-dimensionality also by showing some of the details of the artworks. Often a lateral view on the artworks makes the full spatiality visible.