These were shot using a Holga stereo pinhole camera. To view them in 3D, look at the center of the two images and cross your eyes, focusing on the most distant object in the picture. It takes some getting used to. Clicking on the image to make it full screen might make it easier as well. Ideally, I will have a stereo viewer for the physical print someday.
In earlier posts I mentioned how the different chemistry in different brands of papers can yield radically different looks to the resulting images. The two photographs below were each printed twice using the same lith developer chemicals, once on one brand of paper and once on another.
The distorted photograph was shot using the slit scan box with the Minolta twin lens reflex camera.