Ok, this is a completely different approach to photography. Stereographics are 3D photographs... usually set by 2 or 3 pictures from slightly different angles. It might be hard to see at first, but once you do it, you'll love it!

These are commonly called "parallel" stereographics, and what you have to do to get the 3D image is make a single image out of each pair, with your bare eyes. Need a little more explanation? Check out here, here and here (thanks @aledagostin). Actually, the success or failure of this post depends on whether or not you guys get to see these in 3D, so come on!! Try it out! I hope you all get to see it! Cheers. ;)

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

Mind Tripping Sterographics

About the author of this post

I'm Paulo Gabriel, a Publicist by degree and Designer by passion with a taste for the meaningful and emotional. I work at Printi as a Designer and Front-End Developer. Here at Abduzeedo, I always try to bring you only amazing content, things that mean something for me and for those around me.