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    Default For the love of 3-D Photography

    Here are a few anaglyphs. They require the 3-D glasses that have red over the left eye and cyan over the right. They were taken either with a stereo camera (two taking lenses side by side separated by about the distance between a pair of human eyes) or the "cha cha" method with a "regular" single lensed camera, taking one exposure, then moving the camera over about 3 inches and taking a second exposure. Processing is with Stereo Photo Maker and/or Photoshop for alignment.

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    Default Re: For the love of 3-D Photography

    Oooo, let me find those glasses!
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    Default Re: For the love of 3-D Photography

    Same here, I've got them somewhere. My content couldn't be shared very well: I used to do stereo photography, with twin images. This technique goes back to some of the earliest days of photography and came in and out of fashion. The stuff I used came from the boom in the 1950s. I used a Realist stereo camera (similar to the one below) and you could view the images with a handheld viewer, or with a projector, special screen, and poloarized-lens glasses. Pretty fun, I had to drop eventually but I still have the slides and viewers around.


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    Default Re: For the love of 3-D Photography

    Quote Originally Posted by calamus View Post
    Here are a few anaglyphs....
    My brain hurts.

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    Default Re: For the love of 3-D Photography

    Quote Originally Posted by FredRydr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by calamus View Post
    Here are a few anaglyphs....
    My brain hurts.


    I'm sorry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Szanto View Post
    Same here, I've got them somewhere. My content couldn't be shared very well: I used to do stereo photography, with twin images. This technique goes back to some of the earliest days of photography and came in and out of fashion. The stuff I used came from the boom in the 1950s. I used a Realist stereo camera (similar to the one below) and you could view the images with a handheld viewer, or with a projector, special screen, and poloarized-lens glasses. Pretty fun, I had to drop eventually but I still have the slides and viewers around.
    All the anaglyphs I posted above, except for the fire engine and the fisheye marina, were taken with an f/2.8 Realist and Kodachrome a little over 30 years ago. The other two are cha cha. I sold the Realist, then a few years ago bought another one, also an f/2.8. I still have a viewer; never sold it because of all the slides I have. Can't view them without it! I have scans from the new one somewhere, but they're not as exotic. I have all my photos in a folder on my desktop with about 50 folders inside of it, more than a few nested. Some of the files have names like IMG-54733. It takes a while to dig through everything.

    Here's the one I just recently bought, fully serviced:

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