DSC06040 3dsn Spring in 3D - 4/29/07 - N view

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Chip Stephan on May 12, 2007

Very nice. Did you shoot this with two cameras, a stereo camera, or is it two shots with one camera? There doesn't appear to be any wind motion, and that's strange for Chicago.

Volkan Yuksel on May 12, 2007

Thanks Chip, my stereoviews are always two shots with single camera. You're right:) It wasn't a calm day, indeed it was windy. But I waited until winds slowed down for a moment for the shots. Take care, Volkan

Chip Stephan on May 12, 2007

Do you use a tripod and slide bar? Right now, I'm just taking a shot, stepping one or two paces left and taking the next, hoping that SPM can aid me in getting the two images lined up. That's how I did the fallen bridge shots, and it seemed to work OK.

Volkan Yuksel on May 12, 2007

Chip, I know it is hard to believe but all I have is one digital camera for my 3D shots; no tripod and no slide bar. SPM is perfect for most of the alignment needs. I am sure you'll love it too. It even compensates for exposure differences for both sides. Cheers, Volkan.

Chip Stephan on May 12, 2007

Thanks, Volkan. I've been using SPM for a couple of weeks and like it very much.

Volkan Yuksel on May 12, 2007

Big thanks to Masuji SUTO. With his program SPM X-3D has become much easier reality to me and for every one. I wish he was part of our little community here.

Jukka Alander on July 22, 2007

This is a great example of a 3D photo! :) I'll call it my favourite.

Volkan Yuksel on July 25, 2007

Thanks Jukka. When enlarged, this nice spring day X-3D pair smells even better :) Best wishes from Atlanta, Volkan

©UdoSm on May 12, 2008

Hi Volkan, a great image of perfekt spring. I try it since some days and am fascinated about the possibilities. Cheers Udo

Volkan Yuksel on May 12, 2008

Dear ©UdoSm, thank you much for your comment. I am very happy that you become aware of endless possibilities that 3D photography offers. I hope to see your X-3D work from your surroundings soon. Best wishes :) Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on March 28, 2009

Hi Viktor, thanks much for your kind comment and YS. You are one of the very rare photographer who can see 3D directly from the computer screen. This allows you to create your own 3Ds very easily. If you haven't done it already, please take a look at our discussion about X-3D to learn how to make your own amazing X-3Ds. Hope to see them soon :) Best wishes from Chicago, Volkan

©UdoSm.the2nd on March 28, 2009

Hi Volkan, always again - a great one. (Greetings) Udo.

Volkan Yuksel on March 29, 2009

Thank you very much Udo, I am glad you enjoyed this one as well :) Best wishes, Volkan

erdej on March 29, 2009

Wow .. Volkan,

this is the first time I stumpled across X-3D images but it worked perfect after reading the viewing guide.

Thanks a lot !

I will try this out myself and keep you posted if I succed ;-).

erdej

Volkan Yuksel on March 29, 2009

Erdej, I am glad you noticed a new dimension in photography that many can not even imagine that it is so easily possible. Since you could see, it is not a problem at all to make your own, but if you haven't done it yet, I recomment you to download the tools we use for best 3D experience. You can find the links in the list of X-3D photographers here in Panoramio. So good luck and have fun. Best wishes from Chicago, Volkan

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Volkan Yuksel
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Photo taken in The Morton Arboretum, 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle, IL 60532, USA

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