10.11.2009.

Stereoscopy!


all images Okinawa Soba
BACILA SAM POGLED na muzevljev Twitter i bez previse razgledanja (cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye), kliknula na neki link. Klik me odvede na cudnu neku stranu i otvori mi jos jedan novi svet.

Kopam dalje i saznam za misterioznog japanskog fotografa T.Enamija. Sa leve strane, autoportret.

Kraj 19-og i pocetak 20-og veka. Japan. Scene iz zivota. Najuspesnije od tih maloformatnih fotografija bile su rucno kolorisane, umesno i delikatno, kako to samo Japanci mogu.




Nego, da se vratim na tu magicnu stranu koja me je oborila s nogu. Stereoskopski snimci starog Japana (ako ne radi taj link, klik ovde). Na tamnoj pozadini pomeraju se neke slike. Dovoljan je samo pokretni gif od dve slike uslikane u istom trenutku kamerom sa dva razmaknuta objektiva da bi se stekao utisak plitke trece dimenzije dovoljne da uvuce u prostor. STEREOSKOPIJA! Za nas koji su operacijom strabizma u mladim danima izgubili moc stereo vida, pa ne vidimo nista neobicno kad nam date onu blesavu sliku i crveno plave naocari, ovo je otkrovenje! Najzad vidim!

Da biste dobili stereoskopsku sliku, potrebna vam je samo ovakva kamera i dobijate snimak koji se sastoji od dve gotovo identicne fotografije na jednom parcetu foto papira. Izgledaju kao igrica Pronadjite 20 razlika.

Pokretni gifovi dobijeni su kombinacijom te dve fotografije, a sto se originalnih T.Enamijevih stereo fotki tice, sve su fino klasifikovane u flickr streamu usera koji se zove Okinawa Soba. Evo samo nekih, razlozenih, na zalost pokretne gifove ne mogu da uploadujem u svoj stream, a tako bi mi prijala koja djuskajuca slika bas ovde...

Evo bude iz Kamakure, ne mogu da verujem da smo tamo bili... Pa ova sa vatrom koja deluje tako neverovatno zivo kad se mrda. Mirna i snazna ekipa sumo rvaca i radnja sa gomilom metalnih rezbarija - Brass Ornament Dealer.






FURTHER READING: sajt posvecen T.Enamiju

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I GLANCED at my husband’s Twitter account and without too much looking around (cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye) clicked some link. The click took me to some rather strange page and another new world opened in the front of my eyes. I dig further and find out about the mysterious Japanese photographer T.Enami. On the left, self-portrait.

The end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Japan. Scenes from everyday life. The most successful of those photographs of small format were manually colored, skillfully and delicately, in a way only Japanese can do it.

But, let me go back to this magical side that knocked me off my feet. Stereoscopic views of old Japan (if the link is not working, click here). On the dark background some images are moving. It only takes an animated GIF made of two images taken at the same moment using a camera with two separated objectives, in order to give an impression of a shallow third dimension, thin enough to sneak into the space. STEREOSCOPY! For us who lost their ability for stereo view due to strabismus operation at young age, and thus do not see anything unusual when you give us that silly image and red and blue goggles, this is a true revelation! Finally I can see!

In order to get a stereoscopic image, you only need this kind of camera and you get a shot consisting out of two almost identical photographs on one piece of photo paper. They look like a game. Find 20 differences.

The moving GIFs are produced by combining those two photographs, and regarding the T.Enami original stereo pics, they are all neatly classified at Flickr user stream named Okinawa Soba. Here are only some of them, set apart ‘cause unfortunately I cannot upload the moving GIFs on my stream, and I would so much like to have a few dancing images right here…

Here is Kamakura buddha, I cannot believe we’ve been there… Then this one with the fire that seems so incredibly alive when moving. Calm and strong team of sumo wrestlers and a store with a bunch if metal carvings - Brass Ornament Dealer.

FURTHER READING: a website dedicated to T.Enami
all images via Okinawa Soba

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