Image50 Greenland 3D stereoview 12/01/07 - N view

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If you like to see this scene in dazzling 3D, please cross your eyes until left and right images overlap in the center. The center area should appear in 3D. You can also copy the entire image and paste it to Stereo Photo Maker for full screen viewing with zoom and pan ability or changing the 3D viewing technique. This image pair from a lava cave or the purple lotus flower is good for beginners due to their simplicity.

As you may have noticed, these images are simply taken with some offset distance between them with a regular digital camera. Therefore it is also possible for you to use your regular camera to start making your own stereoscopic 3D photographs with the mentioned software and share.

Wishing you best of luck for your success on this very simple to make yet amazingly rewarding technique.

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Comments (14)

Volkan Yuksel on February 23, 2007

I would like to welcome you to perhaps the very first 3d Greenland image in GE/Panoramio. Congratulations If you're lucky to be able to perceive the dept in this stereo image based on cross eyed viewing technique. If you're curious for more you can find my other work here. If not and willing to try seeing 3D, here is a guide for you. Good luck :)

PS: I would appreciate if you'd take your time to leave message here whether if you were able to see it or not. Thanks.

Jukka Alander on February 27, 2007

Nice images! I'm just about to upload my first stereo-image also. :)

Volkan Yuksel on March 1, 2007

Thanks Jukka, I am glad that you were able to see 3d too, and liked my stereo pairs. Hope to see more of your images. Take care :)

walkaboutwest on March 6, 2007

Yes, I can see it! In fact, once you lock onto the image, it's difficult to stop seeing it. Beautiful colors!

Volkan Yuksel on March 6, 2007

Thanks Eve, I am very happy that you too could see 3d, and I am happy that you liked this stereo image :)

Mauricio M. Perillo on July 23, 2007

Nice work Volkan Yuksel. I enjoied a lot the pic

Volkan Yuksel on July 25, 2007

Mick and Mauricio. As it's creator, this is one of the X-3D that I am most proud with. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Best wishes, Volkan

halvogler on November 25, 2007

Congrat`s Volkan 3D ...it worked for me, lets have some more of the same....

Volkan Yuksel on November 26, 2007

Thanks much Halgovgler, I am glad you too were able to succeed seeing the 3D on this image. If you are ready for more you can either find more 3D from the relevant 3D tag search in Panoramio and also, if interested you can participate to our pool and discussion on 3D related issues here. Best regards from Chicago, Volkan

Sue Allen on September 16, 2008

Darn it, I can't see this one. It seems too complicated for my not very skilled eyeballs. I think I'm just not made for this. I shall keep trying though!

Cheers, sue

Volkan Yuksel on September 16, 2008

Yes Sue, because the scene is lacking obvious or high contrast shapes that eases the alignment process, these are a bit advance level 3Ds. I am sure you can later enjoy this aerial perhaps the best aspect of the 3D photography. Cheers, Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on April 8, 2011

Thank you much Bill, glad you like it. Hope you'd see it in 3D. Best wishes from Chicago, Volkan

HaldunP on November 1, 2013

güzel bir çalışma Volkan Bey. Bir an kendimi 1996 yılında üniversite de aldığım hava fotoğrafları dersinde buldum. O zamanlar iki fotoğrafı yan yana koyduğumuzda tüm araziyi üç boyutlu görürdük şimdi de siz bu çalışmaya emek vermişsiniz. Tebrik eder, çalışmalarınızda başarılar dilerim. Haldun

Volkan Yuksel on January 4, 2014

Haldun Bey, ilginize cok tesekkur ederim. Yeni yil icin en iyi dileklerimle Palm Beach Florida'dan bol selam ve sevgiler. Volkan

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