Orchid. Crossed eye stereo

IMAGE(http://dpzen.com/dpzattaches/dpzattachesq//2014092512335741842.jpg) ORCHIDS Nikon D4 ,Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 ZF 1/50s f/5.6 at 100.0mm iso5000 My second attempt at a stereo pair. Hand held at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park Arboretum RB http://www.dpzen.com/members/2305099006/challenges http://www.pbase.com/rbfresno/profile

Beautiful!! Good 3D effect.

Nicely done!

Hi I've never been before on this forum so my question is what's the use of putting 2 the same pictures next to each other? what am I doing wrong? thanks a lot

This are a "stereo pair", not "2 the same pictures next to each other". The pictures was taken from different angles. This means that if you can see the left picture with your right eye and the right picture with your left eye, you can see a beautiful 3D image.

3D Gunner wrote: This are a "stereo pair", not "2 the same pictures next to each other". The pictures was taken from different angles. This means that if you can see the left picture with your right eye and the right picture with your left eye, you can see a beautiful 3D image.
Oh and how are you supposed to accomplish this effect? Are there any tricks, or do you need some software?

Younster10 wrote:
3D Gunner wrote: This are a "stereo pair", not "2 the same pictures next to each other". The pictures was taken from different angles. This means that if you can see the left picture with your right eye and the right picture with your left eye, you can see a beautiful 3D image.
Oh and how are you supposed to accomplish this effect? Are there any tricks, or do you need some software?
HI! It takes some practice to merge the images, but here are some tips: -Click on the stereo pair to enlarge the images -Hold your head about 18 inches from your monitor -Hold your finger about 6 inches from your face and focus on your finger. the results in your eyes being slightly "crossed" compared to when you view something at a long distance away. -Here's the hard part (at least initially): Continue to focus on your finger that is about 6 inches from your face. while doing this, you will notice three flower images in the background. The middle image is actually a merger of the two image and will appear 3-Dimensional. With practice, one can quickly just look at such a stereo pair, cross their eyes a bit and see the stereo image. Those of us that have learned to do this, usually prefer it to the green/red stereo pairs, since the colors are not distorted. I learned to do this during my radiology training 30 years ago Best Regards, RB

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