February 1, 2006
This one is great also!, I wonder... what do you do to capture the water at same time in both frames? do you have a special camera? when I take 3d shots of water scenaries, they never match quite the same, because there are some seconds of gap between the shots as I have to move my camera to the other angle.
Thanks for all your comments, Vasco. Moving water is a problem, so I try to avoid it, especially when there's stuff floating on it. I'm using my regular cameras, one camera for both left and right images. I try to get at least 10 - 15 cm between exposures, but separation varies with distance from the subject. I use Stereo Photo Maker to align the pictures, it's free and you can download it here.
Take a look at Volkan Yuksel's aerial 3D shots.
I'm anxious to see your 3d shots.
Hi Chip, thanks for the photo maker link, I never even knew software like that existed, normally I do it by hand
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