Hi Olivier, thank you much for your kind comment. With his question Vasco was the first one mentioning this possibility of taking the 3D cloud shots without much shift movement unlike Volkanzilla suggests once while :) To summarize; If the clouds are moving and you're taking the pairs in perpendicular to the direction of the movement and with enough time delay between the shots, the 3D effect we are looking for could be obtained. I know you've already done it nicely but I briefly explained for the benefit of the other curious 3D minds :)
The bright spot your mentioning is our nearest neighbor :)
Olivier, I am sorry I have mistakenly deleted your comment. If you post again accordingly I will try to re-order them. Take care, Volkan
it doesn't matter you deleted my first post, since I found your answer! I'm surprised By the size of the moon on this picture! It looks so little that I thought it couldn't be that...
Maybe it's an unexpected effect of 3D shots!
Well Ymmmm, thanks again. These double pictures are actually for 3 dimensional viewing. For that you have to cross your eyes until you see 3 pictures instead of the 2. Than you will see that the one in the center appears in 3D. So good luck with seeing pictures in 3D.
I hope that you like this 3D clouds scene as well. Best wishes, Volkan
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Tesekkurler Sinan :) Biraz karisik ama bakilmaya deger bir X-3D. Selamlar, Sevgiler. Volkan
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