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rps11


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I've been doing 3D photography for a while now.
I'm actually offering sports and action photography services in 2D, 3D, video, ...

Anyhow, here's a sample image (3D, use red/blue glasses). Let me know what you think.



I have lots more good stuff.


johnwesely


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I don't have 3D glasses, so I can't look at it. Does this allow you to see the steepness of a wall in a photograph?


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You can see depth, steepness, texture, ...


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rps11 wrote:
You can see depth, steepness, texture, ...

I really wish I had 3D glasses now. Unsure


kovacs69


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Wonder where I can pick op a pair of 3d glasses?!?


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Friends or family?
Comic book stores?

http://www.3dstereo.com/viewmaster/gla.html

(I have no affiliation with them. Just know they sell them.).


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Here's another 3D bouldering pic:

Topping out (short climb, but pumped):


Start:



Not sure how well these will come out on this site, since they scale the images way down, but hopefully they will work for you.
I can send links to the full sized images (7 megapixels) if need be.


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These all look great in 3D, nice job


JasonsDrivingForce


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Can these 3D Pictures be produced from two cameras side by side? Does it require a special camera?


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JasonsDrivingForce wrote:
Can these 3D Pictures be produced from two cameras side by side? Does it require a special camera?

you can do it side by side, or even one camera if the subject doesn't move at all.


GeneralZon


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The pictures look great though. Nice work!!

While in college I made a bunch of 3D models using the Red/Blue method for an bio-imaging class I took. It can be done using Photoshop and layering two identical images, one red, one blue/green over one another (screening) and then offsetting the images to give the depth. Unless you have a 3D camera with multiple lenses you can not get a full color image using the Red/Blue method. You lose most of the color of your image due to the glasses. I think this would be very difficult if not impossible to do with one camera and an object that was not perfectly static.

Don't know why I haven't done this to some of my climbing pictures. I guess it has to do with not having a supply of 3D glasses.


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stereo 3D : good
photography : not so much

you got 3d, now shoot something interesting


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I actually bought a lens for my camera about 2 years ago that was supposed to take 3d esque pictures. Not sure how well it works though, I just liked the len's other characteristics


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