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Feb 05, 2013 05:15 |  #1006

I am happy to come to this thread after three years.

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Feb 05, 2013 09:56 |  #1010

Wow, those are great!


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Feb 21, 2013 03:42 |  #1011

Rathinagiri.
Nice to see you here on this forum.
Are you still with the 3D forum?
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Apr 01, 2013 21:01 as a reply to FotOz's post |  #1012

First a quick one of my non-nude model shots,
It almost couldn't be taken down far enough to go on site. I gave up on the others, they look horrible if I resize them down enough. I am currently too lazy to post and link from my own site.

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Apr 01, 2013 21:17 as a reply to Longwatcher's post |  #1013

And update since the last time I posted.
It is nice to see this sub-forum coming slowly alive.

- I am currently using Satechi remotes to trigger my dual camera system. with a Pocket wizard to trigger the strobes. this seems to be working about 19 out of 20 shots. Big improvement over the canon IR remotes (have to catch both IR sensors just right) or just pocket wizards (they interfere with each other). And I am confident enough to shoot at 1/125th with models, so that helps a lot.

- I have settled on JPS/JPG format as MPO will not show until downloaded. I know MPO is a better format, but practicality wins out.

- Can't remember if I mentioned, I picked up some LED lights for using with stereo. They still work great for video, but they just don't put out enough light for stills to make me happy.

- I have two rigs for stereo.
--A side-by-side dual mount with pan/tilt tripod heads. Works great in studio, too heavy for events.
-- And a bottom-to-bottom handheld handmade rig (essentially a steel shelf support with bolt, washers and nuts holding the cameras in place). Good for events and lighter travel set. A bit of a nuisance to process as I have to flip one of the images over before I can turn into stereo. Also in this configuration, the pop-up flashes are useless, in fact I can only use a flash if cord connected or separate from the cameras. And if both cameras don't catch the flash the stereo is very hard on the eyes.

- Everyone I have shown stereo to (that could see in stereo) loved the images in stereo, however, they are not likely to go out and buy a 3D viewing TV or monitor anytime soon. So I am hoping the TV companies keep the 3D viewing capability available for the future.

- Finally if I could figure out how to create a 3D stereo picture frame that doesn't require glasses and has a decent viewing angle at a reasonable price I would be rich. :)
-- I note some companies have the technology needed, just haven't put it all together yet. And that stupid Patent stuff will keep me from doing it.


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Apr 01, 2013 21:24 |  #1014

Last two images are excellent in terms of depth and dispaly of 3D.


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Apr 06, 2013 19:45 |  #1015

Hi (Tim) Longwatcher.
Welcome to the forum.
I checked out your website - very impressive.
The shot above is magic. Beautiful depth and lighting.
Would you be inclined to crop it to eliminate the coloured panel at right of shot, and perhaps shift it up just a smidge to include the missing toes?
Hope to see more of you here.
I'm still trying to get myself back in to the swing.
Too busy renovating, riding and having grandkids.


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Apr 08, 2013 05:54 |  #1016

I made some anaglyphs some years ago..... weren't the greatest, but I only had one camera to work with lol...so I eyeballed it ;) I wish I had taken the time to produce them in stereo images as well..... This one is my favorite of my late dog Halo. (For those of you that own a blue/red pair of glasses) :D

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Apr 09, 2013 11:32 as a reply to Guitartists's post |  #1017

I made some 3d images using only one source image. This involved separating foreground subject from background (using refine edge and content aware), shifting things around using transform tools to achieve a nice dynamic depth to the effect. I then composited them back together as two separate stereo images.

I'm quite happy with the results and it's nice to have the flexibility of not needing to rely on using 2 cameras!

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Apr 11, 2013 21:21 |  #1018

^^ Nice.
On #1 asphalt below her left leg show the effect of separation plan.


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Apr 12, 2013 13:23 |  #1019

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^^ Nice.
On #1 asphalt below her left leg show the effect of separation plan.

Glad you like. Didn't quite understand what you meant by separation plan? I tried to make sure that everything that that depth was aligned, even though the background had been warped.


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Apr 24, 2013 22:42 |  #1020

FotOz wrote in post #15798328external link
Hi (Tim) Longwatcher.
Welcome to the forum.
I checked out your website - very impressive.
The shot above is magic. Beautiful depth and lighting.
Would you be inclined to crop it to eliminate the coloured panel at right of shot, and perhaps shift it up just a smidge to include the missing toes?
Hope to see more of you here.
I'm still trying to get myself back in to the swing.
Too busy renovating, riding and having grandkids.

I might be able to crop out the color panels, but can't fix the toe in that shot (it just isn't in the shot). The price of fixed lenses. I hadn't even noticed the toe missing in that particular shot until you mentioned it. It just happened to be one of the images that I could use outside of the glamour/nude sub-forum. I do a lot of shoots with models that don't have a lot of clothes on and frequently they start that way, so it is hard to get recent stuff that is SFW or more importantly this sub-forum.

I really need to get with a clothed model for some 3D shots I can show. I recognize this is not a problem for most folks and normally not for me, but I noticed recently that this past year, I have only done part of two shoots where the models have enough clothes on for SFW sites and I don't have a release I can use on one of those. Its tragic I tell you ;) :D


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