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Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography - Course Introductions: let's meet the course team and course participants.
Stereocard depicting Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy, joining two buildings with a canal and canal boats below.
© 2016 National Museums Scotland

Welcome to Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography.

Many of you have already introduced yourself on the course Welcome page, but please feel free to introduce yourself in Comments in this section. Tell us who you are, where you are and why you are interested in stereo photography.

Our course has been designed by an academic team from National Museums Scotland that included Dr Alison Morrison-Low, Research Associate, Department of Science & Technology and photo historian, Sheila Masson.

The course will be led and delivered by Christine McLean, Community Engagement Manager who will also be your point of contact each week.

© 2016 National Museums Scotland
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