So, what are you waiting for? Get out your old red/blue 3D glasses and start making spectacular - well, maybe not at first, ok - but later some really cool 3d photos using any digital camera.
I just began making Anaglyphs in 2008. I use StereoPhoto Ver.3.22 by Masuji Suto & David Sykes. It is free online. The 3D photos I take are originally done by using the "Cha-Cha-Cha" method. I start by taking one photo and then moving about one and half to three inches horizontally to the left and then to the right while taking two or more photos with my Sony Cyber-shot digital camera. Then I combine and adjust the best paired (left perspective/right perspective) photos in the aforementioned program.
Again, don't forget: Simply move your camera from left to right about one and half to three inches (about the distance between the human eyes which create the stereoscopic effect). Sometimes you can set it on a multi-shot shutter setting, but then you have to move fast before the next snap. I actually prefer to do it manually.
Just Remember: ANYONE CAN DO THIS WITH ANY DIGITAL CAMERA! Try it ...and have fun.
I have attached a few examples of my Anaglyph Photos which I took using an ordinary Cyber-shot Sony digital camera without any special 3D lens attachments.
Additionally, a small movie presentation of my 3D anaglyphs is on YouTube.
Check them out by clicking on the link below: