"For photographers, the ideal book of photographs would contain just pictures - no text at all" - Robert Adams. After all, you wouldn't need pictures if you could just explain them with words; at the same time, what else can we do but talk about them? We do need both, it makes us take a diverse view of the photographs depending on the situation in which they are presented. Photographers either talk or present how the photography draws from their personal relationships and interests. Today photography is losing its former borders but also a photographic image, being a part of everyday communication in social networks, acquires a new grammar. This issue calls upon to promote studying unknown collections and to study the specifics of the stereoscopic photographs referring to the issues of "new materiality" of photography.