Andrew McGill’s Stereographic Prints

Andrew shot the following series on a Polaroid Passport camera, most commonly used at DMV’s in the past. The camera produces two identical images side by side, making a stereographic print. If you cross your eyes just right you can see the image in three dimensions. Andrew says it’s like a secret little easter egg for those who can recognize a stereo image.

This series was shot all on one day, inside and directly outside Andrew’s home in Toronto.
262189lores 311205lores

oct081edit1 oct088edit1311209lores

tele247lores tele240lores 311214lores

heaventree178lores apt262156lores cherrytree070edit1lores cherrytree087lores

oct103edit1 oct073edit1 clock136lores cupboard171lores garden093lores garden096loreslamp162lorespee120lores recordapt151lores signhigh235lores sink167lores studioapt146loreswoodylores

oct111edit3 oct098edit1

 

This  series is from Issue 9

To see more of Andrew McGill’s work:¬†andrewblakemcgill.com