Wigglegrams are a fun thing to shoot and experiment with. For those who’ve never heard of them before, it’s essentially a sort of 3D photo, shooting an image with multiple lenses side-by-side next to each other and then turning them into an animated gif to help show some depth in the photo. You can even just take two of the images and try to turn them into a regular stereoscopic 3D image if you want.
We’ve featured them here on DIYP before, such as this one from Joshua Bird who made a 3D printed FD mount wigglegram lens for his Canon A1. Well, this one from Alex Fiel (aka scealux) has developed one for Sony E mount, that he uses with his Sony A6300 and produces some pretty awesome results. It makes use of 3D printing to create the mount and like Joshua’s camera, utilises the lenses from disposable 35mm cameras.