19th Century Yosemite in 3D

In History, Photography

BoingBoing: “Carleton Watkins was a critically-acclaimed landscape photographer in the 19th century. His photos of Yosemite are considered groundbreaking examples of stereoscopic photography. Smithsonian has a feature on Watkins and a pleasant narrated slideshow about his Yosemite 3D photographs.”

Update: I just realized that this is the same link that Brian posted yesterday.

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