"I want to thank you for your support while shooting in Jodhpur, Rajasthan for our documentary project...I am sure we have achieved a great production." –Alexa Jacobs - N. V. Film Corporations, UK

"A quick note to say what a wonderful job your team did for me on my shoot in India. I thanked them myself, but wanted you to know when you were away for your production." –Ethan Carr - Ethan & Friends Telefilms, Australia

"Thank you for everything, organizing the crane at such short notice and providing us with a great camera man and his team.." –Marshall Cook - A to Z Film Company, Brazil

"Thank you so much for all your hard work you have done for us. Please pass on my thanks to all the crew who did a fantastic job." –Marshall Cook - Peter Hutson - Inde Film Director

"I have no words to express my happiness when we were shooting in Banaras. It was looking impossible to shoot there with such a huge crowd but you made it possible for us." –Teresa Cain - Egypt

With stereoscopic 3D being the latest flavor in the digital cinema world, many people are still very unsure about the processes involved in creating a stereoscopic movie. Producers and Directors are lead to believe that stereoscopic movies are for the technically inclined only and largely still a mystery on how to produce a stereoscopic movie.

The principles are simple… We have two eyes to see 3D, so by combining two cameras that mimic how our eyes work, we will in fact have a stereoscopic image. Having said that there are basic rules to follow and once you know these rules creating a stereoscopic movie is a much simpler process.

At Cinedreams Productions, we have our creative experts who have worked on numerous stereoscopic projects around the globe, that understand the process of correctly aligning cameras and 3D rigs, capturing and shooting for 3D, and final alignment in post production.