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Studying Biodiversity in Lebanon and the Region at AUB  
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Piano Recital by Arnimée Choukassizian  
Lecture on Space Exploration by World Expert  
Teleconferencing Brings Students Together Across Continents  
"Something Is Happening": Fairuz and Ziad Al Rahbani  
Cultural Genocide and Assyrian Cultural Survival  
Lecture on the History and Origins of American Islamicism  
Business School and Arts and Sciences Team Wins Soccer Championship Match by Narrow Margin  
  Red Cross Club Celebrates its 26th Anniversary at AUB
  History of the American University of Beirut: A New CASAR Course
  First Stereo-photography Exhibit at AUB  
  Photo Exhibition by President John Waterbury  
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  Part Two of the CVSP Forum  
  Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said  
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  Women's Auxiliary  
  33rd Annual Folk Dance Festival Hosts 20 Performing Schools  
June 2006 Vol. 7 No. 8

First Stereo-photography Exhibit at AUB

Spectators enjoying the three dimensional images at the exhibit

Photography can do more than render images in a conventional two-dimensional pictorial format; it can also produce images of startling three-dimensional quality that project the sense of real volume, perspective, and presence. This has been made possible by the use of a photographic technique called stereo-photography.

The photo exhibit by Assistant Professor of Biology Colin Smith that was held in the Diana Tamari Sabbagh Courtyard from May 5 to 15 introduced the AUB community to a marvelous collection of stereo-photographic images. Entitled "Through Both Eyes: Stereo-Photography," the show was organized by the Department of Photography and the Office of Information and Public Relations. It was the third in a series of exhibits organized this year by the Photography Department.

Colin Smith's interest in stereo-photography was initially "stimulated by its scientific applications." But as his interest in this type of photography grew, he went beyond scientific applications and began to experiment with stereo-photographing different subjects from nature, such as landscapes, leaves, wood logs, and any object that could reveal its structural beauty in three-dimensional form.

Despite the fact that the exhibit was "low budgeted," the visual aides that were provided gave the spectators a good look at the three-dimensional "stereo" images. The photographs included in the show were taken by Smith in the United States, Germany, and Japan, as well as in Lebanon.