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3DIY by Ray Zone

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Figure 15.1   Tom Koester shoots the Santa Monica shore line in 3D with his dual JVC HD1 side-by-side rig. Photo by Ray Zone.

 

Chapter 15

Tom Koester: Doing It All in 3D

Plane Fancy (2004), The Towers of Simon Rodia (2006), The Ennis House (2007), Slow Glass (2007), Whatever Happened to Ro-Man? (2009), Nature’s Secret Mysteries (2010)

Tom Koester has been a fan of 3D since the 1950s, when he first saw Bwana Devil and almost all of the 3D movies that ever played in Wichita, Kansas. He was 11 years old. A revelation came to him when he saw his first 3D comic book, “Fearless Fosdick,” a Dick Tracy parody. This comic book was also his first encounter ...

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