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Aug 01, 2005 10:15 |  #16

OK, I tried one myself. Wanted to try something that would be more spectacular in 3D so I tried this:
What do you think?


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Aug 01, 2005 13:55 |  #17
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that 360° camera setup they used in the Matrix was up on ebay a few months ago... I think that would give you one helluva 3D image :D




  
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Aug 01, 2005 22:34 as a reply to  @ cmM's post |  #18

Here is one I did with the D-Rebel a while back......

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Aug 03, 2005 19:47 |  #19

I enjoyed your images.

Unfortunately, none of the methods described so far woks for me.

This works for me:
Close your left eye. Hold the palm of your right hand in front of your right eye to hide the right picture.
Close your right eye. Hold the palm of your left hand in front of your left eye to hide the left picture.
Alternately open left, right, left right. Once you are sure that each eye sees just one image, open both eyes. The 3D image easily builds-up between your hands.

Two small pieces of black rectangular cardboard may be used instead of the naked hands.

Hope to help somebody to see the 3D effect. It is great.

Here my own test images:

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Some feedback about the method and the images would be appreciated.


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Aug 04, 2005 09:05 |  #20

People from all across the globe are now sat going cross eyed infront of their monitors, how funny do we all look :D


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Aug 07, 2005 17:07 |  #21

Hi people.
I've been out of town for 5 days so haven't been on-line. Spent quite a bit of time doing 3D pairs. Just need time now to merge them in Photoshop to make pairs of them. Stay posted.

Embdude - that shot of yours with the camera against the window - there's too much separation. If you can get the camera locked in, the background venetian blinds are too far spaced. Also, with the camera being the main subject it should be the main thing illuminated. I know you like working with 'available' light (check the spelling) but it's gotta be good available light.

Rpolitsr - you can also start by placing 1 finger on the centre of the photo pair and focus on that. Move the finger closer to your eyes and stayed focussed on the finger whilst maintaining the 3D pair in the background. Quickly flick you focus between your finger and the photo, and it will happen.

cmM - I've had a quick look at your website name. Now don't get me wrong, but I do a lot of cryptic crosswords and word games, and I think I see something there! Two words, sounds like a tough guy! Hmmmm. Could be rude. :)


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Aug 07, 2005 19:35 |  #22

I used to do a bit of 3D photography back in the early 90's with my dad's film camera, using the cross-eyed technique. I'll have to give it another go with the 20D, or even some 3D infrareds.


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Aug 07, 2005 23:57 as a reply to  @ FotOz's post |  #23

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Embdude - that shot of yours with the camera against the window - there's too much separation. If you can get the camera locked in, the background venetian blinds are too far spaced.

Well I guess it is just too 3D!! then.....:lol: Kinda hurts my eyeballs, now that you mention it.:rolleyes: I find if I get far enough back from the monitor it works prety well, besides who says you have to be able to focus on everything at once?

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Also, with the camera being the main subject it should be the main thing illuminated.

Obviously you are not familiar with the Minolta XG7 (subject camera). Believe me it is as well lit as you would want it to be! ;)

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I know you like working with 'available' light (check the spelling) but it's gotta be good available light.

Hey now.... I never said anything about being good...:p

I do however have a collection of cameras that I enjoy photographing, I started this thread to share my images, and have others join in as well...
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=89381
Unfortunatly the two images I have posted are not so good, better ones comming soon. But I hope to have some fun with it....

PS - I'm always willing to correct my spelling, as long as you point it out....


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Aug 08, 2005 05:38 |  #24

Hey Duder. You related to 'embdude'? Seems a little too close not to be. :)
Welcome aboard. Throw us a couple of your shots. Would love to see them. I was going to put some of mine together today but had to go into town to see my physio. Done my back in - again!
Will get some on here v-e-r-y soon.

P.S. Chris - can I sell you a good flash unit for your outfit???


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Aug 08, 2005 05:50 as a reply to  @ FotOz's post |  #25

I told you I was out of town for a few days. Well, this is what I was doing - converting a set of steps into landings with railings for my folks at the back of their house. After I'd finished the job I got my Dad to 'pose' (he was in his dressing gown, fresh out of bed) whilst I snapped 2 quick shots. It was my Dad who introduced me to 3D. I've sent this to him, and now I'll share it with the world. Enjoy


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Aug 08, 2005 21:01 |  #26

Damn I'm getting frustrated here.
I've been trying for a couple of days to upload shots but the page won't load.
Starts to upload, gets about half way through, then comes back with the failure notice. So - until the site sorts itself out - no more 3D foters.


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Aug 08, 2005 21:28 as a reply to  @ FotOz's post |  #27

FotOz wrote:
I told you I was out of town for a few days. Well, this is what I was doing - converting a set of steps into landings with railings for my folks at the back of their house. After I'd finished the job I got my Dad to 'pose' (he was in his dressing gown, fresh out of bed) whilst I snapped 2 quick shots. It was my Dad who introduced me to 3D. I've sent this to him, and now I'll share it with the world. Enjoy

I found this one to be the easiest. Thanks, it has the most "depth" in my opinion too.... very cool...

Here's what I did.
Focus on the tip of your nose, then slowly look outward.... as if you had a finger moving away from your nose slowly.


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Aug 08, 2005 21:33 as a reply to  @ FotOz's post |  #28

FotOz... one small problem: The exposure between the two sides is different so it confuses your eyes a bit as you notice things like the ceiling over the porch being different between the two views.

Best bet when doing 3D pictures: Switch to full manual so that your camera can't "pick" a different exposure or focus point in between shots.


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Aug 08, 2005 21:51 as a reply to  @ FotOz's post |  #29

FotOz wrote:
Hey Duder. You related to 'embdude'? Seems a little too close not to be. :)
Welcome aboard. Throw us a couple of your shots. Would love to see them. I was going to put some of mine together today but had to go into town to see my physio. Done my back in - again!
Will get some on here v-e-r-y soon.

P.S. Chris - can I sell you a good flash unit for your outfit???

nah, my online moniker is inspired by The Big Lebowski. ;)

unfortunately all my 3D attempts are back home in N Ireland, so I won't be able to upload anything until I take some new'uns.


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Aug 09, 2005 04:13 |  #30

I didn't see a damn thing! Just hope no one was watching!! Now what do I take for my headache?


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