WOW from me, too!
Thanks for posting in the NP game, Joehenri! Cool shots individually. I can't seem to do the 3d cross-eyed trick properly... x)
Its not easy the first time. I used some 30 minutes of intense concentration and swearing before I finally mastered the technique. But now I can cross my eyes in the blink of an eye. Here is some web-pages that I used to learn x3D viewing. Its cross-eyed, and not parallel viewing that is the usual standard on Panoramio. Good luck - and let me know how it worked out for you.
PS. The above picture is not to easy for beginners because it is rather wide. That means you have to cross your eyes more to get the effect. If you want to give it a go, this picture is far better for practising:
Hmm, not sure I want to go cross-eyed permanently. Thank you for the links, though it seems I'll just have to enjoy such shots in 2d :)
To bad the 3D experience didn't work out, Brian. But I recommend that you try again some time. There is simply more depth in life for the ones of us who can enjoy 3D :)
Hi Joehenri thanks much for your fantastic glacier X-3D. The erosion lines are amazing. Hope to see more soon. Cheers from Toronto, Canada. Volkan
Thank you Volkan.
do you use some gear to take 3d or just move camera?
Dear s_nikonov. Thank you for your visit.
I do not use any kind of gear - I just move the camera. Or in this instance - held the camera still while the boat moved :)
i also experiment with 3d. i tried to post a pair of photos but panoramio declined them twice. i suspect because of the fact that it is stereo, smth unusual. did you have any problems with posting?
Hello again Nikonov.
I suppose you mean that Google Earth declined your 3d's. And they do that if they can spot them. Som of my older 3d's got accepted by accident, but lately they spot every 3d I upload. So that is normal.
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