Single camera Stereo 3D

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    Single camera Stereo 3D
    « on: 20 / February / 2012, 06:05:57 »
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    Some of My Stereo Anaglyph images.
    Taken with a Single Canon PowerShot 300HS.

    Hosted on my home webserver
    you Will Need RED and CYAN 3D glasses.  :P


    http://69.207.197.120/3dphotos/3d2.html



    « Last Edit: 20 / February / 2012, 06:07:45 by radioman193 »

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    Re: Single camera Stereo 3D
    « Reply #1 on: 20 / February / 2012, 08:25:05 »
    Some of My Stereo Anaglyph images.
    Taken with a Single Canon PowerShot 300HS.]

    Good to see some single-camera stereo images, especially taken in a town at 3:10 am !

    Some general comments ..

    With many of the daylight outdoor images, you have aligned the images at mid distance, maybe to avoid ghosting.
    This pushes nearer objects through the viewing window and is uncomfortable to view.

    Stereo is really for mid distances, outdoor landscapes with very little in the foreground do not really work, there is not much depth.

    You need 'stuff' throughout the depth of the image.

    What attachment did you use with your single camera to photograph flowing water ?


    David

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    Re: Single camera Stereo 3D
    « Reply #2 on: 20 / February / 2012, 20:02:26 »
    "What attachment did you use with your single camera to photograph flowing water ?"

    nothing just shot....

    yes a few of the images are a little messed up on the webserver ....
    but these will go inplace of them









    « Last Edit: 20 / February / 2012, 21:32:57 by radioman193 »

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    Re: Single camera Stereo 3D
    « Reply #3 on: 21 / February / 2012, 19:35:25 »
    Yes, the window is better placed on those.

    I guess the moving water over the weir works because it is blurred, you cannot see drops like in a fountain.

    However, it does not work in the last image because the foam pattern at lower left is very different in both images.

    Your brain instantly detects this !


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    Re: Single camera Stereo 3D
    « Reply #4 on: 21 / February / 2012, 19:55:55 »
    Where do I find 3D glasses (I assume I need red / green lenses) to look at these ?

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    « Reply #5 on: 22 / February / 2012, 03:59:10 »
     RED/CYAN

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    « Reply #8 on: 22 / February / 2012, 18:51:16 »
    The top two images work very well and the colours are ideal for anaglyph.

    The bottom one does not, I instantly detected it was not right.

    Closing each eye in turn I could see the two images are quite different.

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    « Reply #9 on: 23 / February / 2012, 01:17:33 »
    The top two images work very well and the colours are ideal for anaglyph.

    The bottom one does not, I instantly detected it was not right.

    Closing each eye in turn I could see the two images are quite different.

    its cause of the holes in the bush and the house is a Lt blue
    and it was messen with the software .
    if you could not see the house through the bush it would have been fine ...
    as you can see the far right hand side of the image is just about perfect....
    « Last Edit: 23 / February / 2012, 01:21:02 by radioman193 »

     

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