3d slide shows
You can choose the easy way or the hard way.
The easy way is to prepare the 3D pictures/slides in Adobe Photoshop (or SPM) in Top-Bottom (preferred) or SbS anamorphic format then to mount the slideshow in Adobe Premiere (by example). The slideshow can be saved in AVI format and can be put on a USB stick or on a DVD/BR disc.
Top-Bottom 3D is the best option for Passive 3D TVs. The final product can be something like in this sample - "The Green Planet - Bugs World" - but with slides instead of video clips.
If you choose the "hard way"/full 1080p 3D BR, you will need to create two full-frame HD streams and use a BD 3D-compatible encoder. Each stream can be created in Adobe Premiere (or other video editing software), the soundtrack can be mounted in Adobe Audition. Sony Creative Software’s DoStudio and Blu-print have support for 3D authoring.