Capturing the World in 3D

The Stereoscopic Society was founded in 1893 Its membership has a long tradition of capturing the world stereoscopically in 3D using ready made cameras and self build equipment for over 120 years. Their interests lay across the full spectrum of activities from digitally produced Audiovisual shows to digital and film photography and making of tradtional stereo cards and many other things.

Regular meetings in London & the Midlands

Receive The Stereoscopic Society's "Journal of 3D Imaging"

Peer review Folio Groups

Have access to over 100 books in the Society's Library

Specialist Stereoscopic Supplies and Publications

A 3 day Convention held annually

Annual Exhibition / Competition

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Notice Board

item9Society Chairman Andrew Hurst presents John Ralph with both the winner and runner up awards for 41 x 101 slide class in this years exhibition at the Society's convention at Bowness-on-Windermere.

Next Midlands Centre Meeting
November the 1st

Next London Centre Meeting November the 8th

November 15th 2014:
Workshop “Stereo photography through the microscope” Joint meeting with Quekett Microscopical Club at the Natural History Museum, London from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m in the Demonstration Room

For location details : http://www.quekett.org/about/programme-events. Or contact Alan Cooper

On the Road.
Diary of Members Presentations to other Clubs and Societies

3rd Tuesday in the month
Third Dimension Society
Unsworth South Social Working Mens Club, Derwent Av, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 8HU