WOW!!! So beautiful!
Thank you Sonny, glad you like it :) How is your home coming along? If you are still open to new ideas, check this out. Cheers, Volkan
Neden bölünmüş bu kareler?Çok da hoş idiler..
Ilhan Bey bu sorunuzun yanitini Turkce forum bolumumuzde aciklamaya basladim, ilginize esekkurler. Selamlar, Volkan
Wow, I love this one! No photo or video can quite make it seem like being there the way this 3D photo does. Amazing!
Thank you much Raligard. I am very happy that you have found the the essential dimension that most of the other photographers are unaware ;) Best wishes, Volkan
Hey Volkan! Had to subscribe to this site so I could tell you're photos are damn awesome and to ask you if you've ever tried putting a white line between the two pics? I think it really helps the beginners (me) to figure out the more complex pictures. Try it sometime if you haven't already!
Hello Jakebo, thank you very much for honoring me with your message :) I am glad that you are blessed too with 3D visual ability to see in 3D right from your computer screen.
Yes, in the past I had blue line between frames when I was doing the alignments manually. I know it helps. But later, when I start using SPM, I decided to not to have frames or lines since they increase file size without enhancing contained information in the images.
Hope to see your 3D work soon :) Best wishes from Izmir, Volkan
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