Creating stuff in 3D is cool and all, but sometimes you want to go out and create something that is render-free.
Sarah and I decided to go out and about Amsterdam and shoot some stereoscopic pictures.
The theory is pretty simple, the practice is equally as simple but it does require practice and finessing. Take a picture, then offset the camera slightly to either side, and rotate the Field of View to match where it was in the previous picture. The exact same thing as shooting stereo3D, except with one camera. And relying on playing the images consecutively, of course.
Here is the result of a cold day and a couple hours of walking around and shooting: