Engraçado que para alem da sensaçao de profundidade, quando se fundem duas imagens em 3D, como se junta a quantidade de informaçao visual das 2 fotografias, o ruído visual diminui e a foto torna-se muito mais nitida e precisa do que quando se ve apenas uma foto normal. É um efeito muito interessante
Liceo, kind of difficult scene to get sufficient shift distance for entire view. But regardless great scenery. Take care, Volkan
Thank you for this amazing sight, how did you take this pic? Did you walk on the rails?
Concerning the comment from Volcan, I don´t have any problem in viewing the whole scene, I think it differs individual. (Volcan infected me with 3D)
I think that what Volkan meant is that the 3D is only percepted in the foreground, the background seems in 2D, that's because there's not enough shift distance to cover all the lenght of the bridge in 3D. Nevertheless it's an amazing sight
Hello Vasco, you are right! That are details I can´t see yet in the first sight; I have to learn a lot, greetings and a healthy 2008!!!
Harry from Bavaria
Still I wonder how Liceo took this wonderfull pic
Havepoti! Me and some friends we are trying to make a touristic historical trip in this rail, its now only used to transport. This pictures I take when we inspect the touristical potential of the region. I have others pictures of this adventure in the Yahoo flikr http://www.flickr.com/photos/13049273@N03/sets/72157602529542569/ . This week I'm taking a litle vacations and came back the next week
Wow! This is really Great!
it must have been quite hard to make this step to the right to get enough shift! Take care! Greetings from Austria - Michael!
Yes, kwalit, I was thinking about that too! LOL
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Photo taken in Vespasiano Correa, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
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