3D Photos with 3D Scenes, Photo Mirror, 3D Grids, Replace Photo Backgrounds


Stereo photography techniques are methods to produce stereoscopic images, videos and films. This is done with a variety of equipment including special built stereo cameras, single cameras with or without special attachments, and paired cameras. This involves traditional film cameras as well as, tape and modern digital cameras. A number of specialized techniques are employed to produce different kinds of stereo images.


It is necessary to take two photographs from different horizontal positions to get a true stereoscopic image pair. This can be done with two separate side-by-side cameras; with one camera moved from one position to another between exposures; with one camera and a single exposure by means of an attached mirror or prism arrangement that presents a stereoscopic image pair to the camera lens; or with a stereo camera incorporating two or more side-by-side lenses.


Charles Wheatstone first began experimenting with stereopsis in 1838 using specially constructed drawings. The invention of photography in 1839 opened up a new and more detailed medium for his experiments and the first photographic stereoscopic pairs appeared in the early 1840s as Daguerreotypes and Calotypes. By the 1850s, a stereoscope and an assortment of professionally photographed stereo views were becoming part of the standard equipment of a properly furnished middle-class parlor. In the 1890s, photographic plates and films sensitive enough to make casual “snapshot” photography practical were available, and combined with easy-to-use cameras they were making amateur photography a very popular hobby. Stereo cameras were in the mix. The earliest were inconveniently large and the end result was a pair of paper prints mounted on a card for viewing in a standard stereoscope. They were soon joined by smaller cameras that yielded relatively small stereo slides on glass. The popularity of stereo photography declined after the First World War and plummeted during the Great Depression of the 1930s.



3D Camera creates 3D Scenic Photos, Puts in 3D Scenes, Change Background to 3d Photo Backgrounds. Replace Backgrounds with amazing photo backgrounds and Create Best Photo Effects.

3D Camera is used easy to use

  1. Chose one of the Many 3D Scenes offered. You can pick movie stunt style or 3D love theme photos. Romantic pictures and Famous places are available as 3D photo backgrounds.
  2. Chose the photo you want to place in 3D Photo template in 3D camera.
  3. As photo background is removed and placed in Photo Template, you can adjust the photo.
  4. You can Zoom in an Zoom out to adjust character for 3D Photos.
  5. Save and share or chose a similar photo template to replace the scene.

Additional 3D Camera Features:

  1. 3D Photo Grids – Create Photo Grids with 3D View where Picture Grids show 3D Effects including Round Corners, Background Textures, Photo Stickers and More. Create Best looking Photo grids with 3D Effects on the Picture Grids.
  2. 3D Photo Mirrors – Create Photo Mirrors that show 3D Photo effects. 3D Photo Mirrors are the only Mirror Photos with unique 3D photo Frames for the Photo Mirrors. Photo Mirrors create best photo effects.
  3. 3D Scene Maker: Replace photo background using Replace Background so that you can create Best Photo Effects. 3D Scenes include Waterfall Backgrounds, Wild animal Backgrounds, Cinematic backgrounds and more.
  4. 3D Live Wallpapers: You can set our 3D Live Wallpapers as your device 3D Wallpapers and chose options to change 3D Wallpapers at interval of your choice.
Create best looking Panoramic Photos that can be viewed as 3d photos with 3D camera. Replace Backgrounds into cinematic backgrounds and create Best Photo Effects.

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