Good!! Bridges are always great in 3D!
Thank you very much!
Spreads refreshment in hot summer days.
If You like, look in my other galleries
Merhaba Aycan Hanim, ilginize tesekkurler.
Thank you Sonny.
Hi Kaygod, the cars in the scene were moving between the time I took two of the shots. I also noticed the light on the parking lot went off in the left picture. I also took these shots behind the Plexiglases for the visitors vieving that were very scratchy and dirty. I am sure there are negative effect of those conditions on this pictures as well.
Very Best wishes from Chicago :)
skroz desno za crkvom Sv.Marije do bočnih vrta, neki dan Inga uslikala nas par fotozinera.
predivno, obožavam panorame, pogotovo ovako dobro zaljepljene!
Part of the image is ideal for STERE0scopization!
There are both examples of STERE0scopizations for viewing through the image (parallel) and for viewing through a spot in front of the image (cross views).
Exercise 1 (for parallel STERE0):
Come as close as possible to the display so you can see only one (same) detail with each eye (for example a yellow balloon). You'll see only one blurred yellow balloon. Keep watching this and slowly move away from the display. In 3-4 inches distance from display 2 more pictures appear in your sights field (but keep watching the one in the middle and continue to increase the distance from the display). On a distance of 10-20 inches you'll get sharp 3D image (the one in the middle) that seems a bit larger than original. There is psychological explanation for this phenomenon, but that's another story. Keep exercising, stay well and enjoy!
Thank you very much Kaygod, it was such a thrill to be able to do X-3Ds in such a wonderful geography which has history extending to nearly 10 years ago. I think the X-3Ds you are referring are the first of it's kind which are product of solely amateur efforts. Yes, my photos are so amateur, I even stay away from any kind of professional or D-SLR camera :) Thanks for sharing your valuable knowledge and experience in stereoscopic photography. I am also thankful to the makers of the SPM and Autostitch.
Best wishes, Volkan