Taft Point Reflection

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Comments (4)

Chip Stephan on April 11, 2007

February 1, 2006

Vasco Pires on May 24, 2007

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.

Chip Stephan on May 24, 2007

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.

Thanks, again, Chip

Vasco Pires on May 24, 2007

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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Photo taken in Yosemite National Park, Yosemite Village, CA 95389, USA

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    by Chip Stephan