stereoscopic photographs

stereofotod (estonian)

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stereoscopic photographs
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stereofotod
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Alternative label
photographs, stereoscopic
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stereo pairs
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stereo photographs
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stereo views
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stereograms (stereoscopic photographs)
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stereophotographs
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stereos (photographs)
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stereoscopic photograph
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stereoviews
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sterescopic views
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views, stereo
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Scope note
Refers to double pictures of the same scene that produce the effect of three dimensionality when viewed through a stereoscope. They were first envisioned in 1832 by the English physicist Charles Wheatstone, who described this as a uniquely photographic art form, since a draftsman could not draw two scenes in exact perspective from viewpoints separated only 2 1/2 inches, which is the normal distance between human eyes necessary for the three-dimensional effect. Wheatstone's mirror stereoscope was not practical for use with photographs, and the invention was not popular until the 1850s, when Sir David Brewster, a Scottish scientist, designed a simpler viewing instrument. The introduction of the collodion process, which simplified exposure and printing techniques, allowed three-dimensional photographs to become a popular craze. They may be daguerreotypes, negatives, or other forms of photographs. For images in the form of photographic prints on cards, use the more specific term "stereographs."
English

Viitab sama stseeniga pildipaaridele, mis tekitavad läbi stereoskoobi vaatamisel kolmemõõtmelise efekti. Neid kirjeldati esmakordselt inglise füüsiku Charles Wheatstone'i poolt, kes kirjeldas seda, kui unikaalselt fotograafilist kunstivormi, kuna joonistaja ei suudaks joonistada kaht stseeni täpselt kahe ja poole tollise perspektiivivahega, mis on kolmemõõtmelise efekti ilmnemise jaoks vajalik normaalne kahe silma vahe. Wheatstone'i peegelstereoskoop ei olnud fotode puhul praktiline ning leiutis ei olnud populaarne kuni 1850. aastateni, mil šoti teadlane Sir David Brewster kujundas lihtsama vaateriista. Säritamist ja paberfotode valmistamist lihtsustanud kolloodiumprotsessi kasutuselevõtt muutis kolmemõõtmelised fotod levinud hullustuseks. Nad võivad olla dagerrotüübid, negatiivid või muudes vormides fotod.
Estonian

Broader concept
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          Visual Works (hierarchy name)
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               visual works (works)
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                    <visual works by material or technique>
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                         photographs
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                              <photographs by technique>
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                                   <photographs by picture-taking technique>
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Narrower concept
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Estonian

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"stereofoto" - Eesti keele seletav sõnaraamat. Eesti Keele Instituut. Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2009.
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