When Brian May revived the London Stereoscopic Company, he projected this specialised form of photography into the 21st Century. When the recent lockdown occurred, Brian May became a sort of Internet evangelist for the 3-D photography community- calling attention to the medium and spreading his love of it through reposting and sharing modern stereoscopic photographs.
This book called on this global community of photographers to send their stereoscopic moments of what brought them joy during the lockdown.
Featuring more than 100 photographers, the range of subjects in these modern stereo pictures is immense. It is not just a collection of photographs of nature, people, pets, architecture, and more, but a tangible, dimensional assemblage that speaks to the evocative power of stereoscopic photography.