I've spent the last month working on five stereographs for a show titled: The Bridges of Oregon" at the OSU LaSells Stewart Center. These are 9"x15" and meant for free-viewing (no optical aid). I figured it was a veerrryy long shot that any would be accepted, much less all five. The fact that they were speaks volumes to me - not about any particular artistic talent of mine, but that 'unexpected' photography is being embraced, even in a town that can be pretty linear (I'd never say 'conservative' about Corvallis ) Go Hybrids! 120 film> two b&w photographs> handcolored with dyes> scanned in paper frame> printed with Epson R2400 I posted a couple in the wet/dry galllery and here are a few more: http://dwrphotos.com/stereo/StereoThumbs.htm Is anyone else working with stereos? There's actually quite a bit to understand about the optics. It is a whole new way of looking at things and I feel like I've barely scratched the surface.