How To Make A 3-D Photo
It's easier than you think
More than 70% of photographs taken during the Civil War were stereographs, the 1800s equivalent of 3-D pictures. Everyone from students to Civil War enthusiasts will be amazed as the 3-D images from the Civil War come to life before your very eyes.
1. Get your free pair of red/cyan 3-D glasses from the Civil War Trust or cheaply purchase a classroom set.
2. Download StereoPhoto Maker from this website.
3. Using a digital camera or phone, take two photos of the same scene, an eye-width apart.
4. Download these photos to your computer.
5. Open Stereo Photo Maker.
6. Select File>Open left/right images.
7. Select the image you took on the left.
8. Select the image you took on the right.
13. Select File>Save Stereo Image, save it as a jpeg and you have your anaglyph photo!