Over the past few years, I have gotten into 3D photography. It is only recently I have decided to buy some books showcasing 3D photography. I've bought maybe a dozen, and I must say this book is INCREDIBLE.
I am far from being a kid - I enjoyed this book thoroughly. The photos presented are just fantastic. David Klutho is an amazing 3D photographer. I'm not into sports much, but this book is very entertaining. The photo I like best is the one with the all of the sports gear - baseball, hockey puck, etc - which is laid flat and viewed from an angle - the object appear like a real baseball, hockey puck, etc - which you can reach down and pick up - this is a very neat trick. (they are called Phantograms - which is any 3D photo that appears to pop right off of the page)
There's a lot of "out-of-window" action going on in the book, which is really nice. Anaglyphs, by their very nature are known for muted colors and ghosting of images in each eye. These photos can be viewed very nicely with not much of either - the author really knows how to shoot photos for anaglyph - something I am not good at (yet).
The author is well aware of the rules of sterecopy, or stereographic photography, and it shows in every photo shown in this book. I find myself viewing these images again and again.
I would recommend this book to anyone who want's to see photographs in a way they have never seen them before.
I'd give the book 10 starts if I could.