01130012 X-3D Saturn V F-1 Trusters 01/13/2000 - NW 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 (15)

Fuzuli24 on December 24, 2007

VOLKAN BEY HIZINIZA YETİŞMEK İMKANSIZ GİBİ HEMEN HEMEN HERGÜN BİR FOTOĞRAF EKLİYORSUNUZ.BAZI FOTOĞRAFLARINIZIN ÇİFT OLMASININ NEDENİN ÖĞRENMEK İSTEMİŞTİM.ARTI ÜÇ BOYUT FOTOĞRAF ÇEKİMİ HAKKINDA BİR BİLGİM YOK KOLAY GELSİN ÇALIŞMALARINIZDA BAŞARILAR...

Volkan Yuksel on December 24, 2007

Fuzuli Bey, su gunlerde gordugunuz gibi neredeyse 8 yil oncesinde cektigim fotograflari gun isigina cikariyorum. Telasimi af buyurun :)

Uc boyutlu fotograf gorme konusuna gelirsek; bu konuda inceleyebileceginiz Turkce aciklamalarin ve kolay 3Boyutlu gorulebilen orneklerin de bulundugu bir baslik var. Kisaca 2 fotografi, 3 tane gorecek kadar sasi bakmaniz gerekiyor. Bu durumda merkezdeki fotograf 3 boyutlu gorulecek. Evdeki kucukler genellikle cok kolay yapabiliyorlar. Bol eglenceler, yeni yiliniz kutlu olsun :) Volkan

hawepoti on December 25, 2007
Your are the MASTER of 3 ! D :-)
kamalyn on December 26, 2007

Now that's a rocket! I thank my lucky stars that the rocket that almost landed on us was 'only' about as big as one of the support posts holding this Saturn booster up!!!

Volkan Yuksel on December 26, 2007

Harry, Thank you very much for such an great honor.

I believe every 3D photographer has their unique scenes to create masterpiece in 3D. Therefore whoever puts their heart in to 3D is a MASTER in my view, like you are too.

Best wishes,

Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on December 26, 2007

Kamaly, yes, this is "Da Rocket". I was in diapers when rocket scientists done sending a man on the moon with a computation power of a todays cheap calculator on the spacecrafts. To me their engineering and talent is really a big pride for all humankind which I felt very strongly when I was near the retired Saturn V.

If I may ;) I am dedicating this 3D to all those who believed in space exploration and to those survivors of rocket accidents at near the launch sites :)

Davide Andreani on December 28, 2007

Great picture! It remembers me when I was staring at those giant engines.

Volkan Yuksel on December 28, 2007

Thanks much Davide, it was a great experience for me to be there too :)

If you like, you can try seeing this picture pair in 3 dimension by crossing your eyes until you see 3 pictures. Than if you are lucky you'll notice that it appears 3D in the central overlapping image. You can refer to our 3D discussion for more. Good luck, Volkan

Volkan Yuksel on April 19, 2008

Thanks for your interest, I hope you were able to enjoy the 3D as well ;) Yes, Agree. Not so easy to trust these engines that in case of failure could perhaps cause nearly a miniature nuclear explosion with so much fuel. Cheers from, NC. Volkan

Kazaniya КириллКа on April 20, 2008

I really like genre stereo photos.

Kazaniya КириллКа on April 21, 2008

These photos should look crossfire of view. Right-wing photo left eye, left eye, right-picture. My page. http://www.fotodia.ru/photos/KirillKa/

Kazaniya КириллКа on April 21, 2008

Thank you, Volkan!

Volkan Yuksel on April 21, 2008

Kazaniya, thanks for your message and sharing the link I hope to see your geolocated 3D here as well. Best wishes from Chicago, Volkan

Shahrukh Naqui on January 14, 2009

Amazing. You've opened my eyes to a whole new perspective in photography.

Volkan Yuksel on January 15, 2009

Naquiss, for those who has the X-3D or (P-3D) vision, this is the definition of photography. So welcome again and thank you for sharing our vision. If you haven't done yet, please install the great tool for viewing or generating 3D photos; SPM to your computer soon.

Take care, Volkan

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