In pictures: Wiltshire in 3D
Salisbury Cathedral and Longleat have gone 3D courtesy of the stereoshooter Balliolman and Alan Woollard from Somerset3d. This is a view of the Cathedral spire as seen from the restaurant.
"Stereo photography, once learned, is an absorbing hobby and can be done with any camera," says Balliolman. This is a view of the Cathedral cloisters.
"These photos of Salisbury were made with a simply featured pocket digicam and the software used to compile the photographs is a free download from the web."
"3D photography is therefore readily accessible to people of all ages."
If, however, these 3D shots are proving less then accessible because you seem to have mislaid your 3D specs (what were you thinking?)...
...just go to stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov for a step by step guide to making your own. This is a shot of an avenue of pollarded trees at Longleat.
And if you want to see more 3D images, taken by Balliolman, then head to flickr.com/photos/balliolman. This is another shot of Longleat by the way.
Alan Woollard, from Somerset3d, has been taking 3D images since 2002. To view this shot of Salisbury Cathedral, place the red lens of your 3D glasses over your left eye.
To snap these anaglyphs, Alan often uses two cameras simultaneously to capture the same image from slightly different angles.
And you can see more of his 3D shots, including this image of Stourhead, by going to somerset3d.co.uk. There are over 2,000 to point your 3D specs at including many taken around Salisbury, Stourhead and Melksham.