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DSC08014 Aerial Stereoscopic 3D of the Strip 6/2/06 - NE view

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If you like to see this scene in dazzling 3D, please cross your eyes until left and right images overlap in the center. The center area should appear in 3D. You can also copy the entire image and paste it to Stereo Photo Maker for full screen viewing with zoom and pan ability or changing the 3D viewing technique. This image pair from a lava cave or the purple lotus flower is good for beginners due to their simplicity.

As you may have noticed, these images are simply taken with some offset distance between them with a regular digital camera. Therefore it is also possible for you to use your regular camera to start making your own stereoscopic 3D photographs with the mentioned software and share.

Wishing you best of luck for your success on this very simple to make yet amazingly rewarding technique.

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Comments (8)

Volkan Yuksel on September 24, 2007

Merhaba Ahmet, fotograflar birbirinin aynisi gorunmekle birlikte detaylari karsilastirdiginizda ayni olmadiklarini gorebilirsiniz. Bu turdeki 2 yapisik fotografi 3 tane gorecek kadar capraz bakmayi basarirsaniz, merkezdeki goruntunun 3 Boyutlu (3D) oldugunu farketmeniz olasi. Ayrica yardimi olmasi acisindan forum bolumundeki ilgili basligi da inceleyebilirsiniz. Bol sans, Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on November 20, 2008

Merhaba Baris Bey. Bu 3 Boyutlu algilanilen bir hava fotografi. Eger teknigi incelemek isterseniz bu konuda actigim Turkce veya Ingilizce basliklari inceleyebilirsiniz. Ilginize tesekkurler. Chicago'dan selamlar. Volkan

snowlandtour on December 16, 2008

very impressive.

Volkan Yuksel on December 17, 2008

Thanks again Snowlandtour, I hope you were able to see Las Vegas Strip in 3D in this crosseyed- stereoview pair. Best wishes from Izmir, Volkan

Dave Barber on July 16, 2010

took slightly longer than the dino head but these are really good.

Volkan Yuksel on July 17, 2010

Dave if you could see this one in 3D that means you are now really good at this. So good luck with the rest of the 3Ds. Thanks and best wishes. Volkan

Dave Barber on July 17, 2010

i think the trick is to go cross eyed but not to cross eyed... you see three pictures and the one in the middle is the two merged give it a sec to let your eyes adjust then you see the image perfect.... i cant do 3d though dont have the money for that equipment lol...

Volkan Yuksel on July 17, 2010

Dave, yes you got the seeing part congratulations. Not everyone has the gift for it. To create 3D photos, all you need is two eyeballs that are attached to 3D enabled brain and you proved that you got that and ONE DIGITAL CAMERA (two would be better in some situations). I am certain that you have everything you need for 3D photography. The trick is that, you take one photo for each eye with a sideways shift distance between the two photos. Than SPM aligns any imperfections between the shots. And all you do is enjoy and share with us in X-3D format. That's all. Start with objects on the table or flower in the yard etc.

I know all this sounds to good to be true, but certainly true and that simple. Hope to see your firs one soon. Take care, Volkan

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Volkan Yuksel
Palm Beach, Florida

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