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Steroscopy

March 10, 2011

Eric showed us how to make 3D stereoscopic photos last week.  I’ve used film cameras with two fixed lenses and shutters set apart by the interocular distance of 2″ – 2 1/2″, but I’ve never done it this way.  It’s really simple: stand on one foot, take a picture.  Shift your weight to the other foot, take another picture.  It’s not quite as precise, but it works!  Obviously, these need to be viewed with stereoscopic glasses:

Full size: https://mfleisig.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/img_9386_globes2.jpg

Runners-up:

Full size: https://mfleisig.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/img_9384_globes1.jpg

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Full size: https://mfleisig.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/img_9396_flowers2.jpg

Full size: https://mfleisig.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/img_9394_flowers1.jpg

And the old standby apartment test pattern:

Full size: https://mfleisig.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/img_9406_pots2.jpg

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