A multitude of thanks
... to Sascha Becher for the inspiration to create my first stereo pair and for the prod to create my first tutorial.
... to other stereoscopy masters in Flickr who have inspired me, encouraged me, and indirectly taught me through their own work and through their feedback on my work. You'll find their names among the comments in my photo pages in Flickr.
... to Bernd Paksa, who created Stereomasken, and who continues to teach me the little-known tips and tricks that will eventually show up in a future vidtut.
... to Stacy Webb, director of the 3D Center of Art and Photography in Portland, Oregon, USA. After an expanded tour of "the world's only art gallery, museum and theater dedicated to the art and science of 3D," I learned the many ways that stereoscopic images could be viewed outside the computer.
... to the speakers and presenters at the National Stereoscopy Association, from whom I learned much about creating real-world stereoscopy.
... to virtual worlds photographers from whom I've learned new techniques of taking photographs inside Second Life.
... to Torley, from whose vidtuts I have learned many many tricks of freezing the virtual world.
... to my sister Sam, who shared her art teacher's advice with me: "Just because it's easy for you, it doesn't mean it's easy for everyone else."
... to all photographers and artists out there who have influenced me throughout my life.