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    A red flower needs to be set off by green leaves.

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    I tried to narrow the view, maybe easier to view.

    Can you see the leaf and the flowers are in one row?

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    Picture wise, the WB seems to be different between the 2 pics. I feel like vomiting after trying for 5 mins to see the 3D effect. My eyes hurts now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3lv1nh0 View Post
    Picture wise, the WB seems to be different between the 2 pics. ..
    True, I still could not find a tool to match the two photos WB, as they are taken from two totally different cameras. Any suggestions?

    I feel like vomiting after trying for 5 mins to see the 3D effect. My eyes hurts now..
    Don't force yourself, 5 mins maybe too long.

    Personally I find it of help to my eyesight. After I created these photos my eyesight improved as I use them to exercise eyeballs.
    Last time when I stared at screen for a while, when I looked up the eyes are blurred. Now I can see clearly at most of the time.
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    For some reason, I still cannot figure out how to view the images in 3d.

    I tried to cross eye and focus nearer and further, but no avail.

    Each time I do any of the methods, the image become blur and all.. HHMM...

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    Me too still cannot figure out how to view the images in 3d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicknicksin View Post
    Me too still cannot figure out how to view the images in 3d.
    Do we need those 3D glasses???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Do we need those 3D glasses???
    i can't figure it out too...we need them 3-D eyes!
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    Linnl71, nicknicksin, Numnumball and tortise:

    Thanks for viewing.

    No, don't need any 3D glasses. This is called a stereogram or simply called Cross Eye 3D Photography . A stereogram is an optical illusion of depth created from flat, two-dimensional image or images.

    These two sites I cited below for your reference. To view the image cross your eyes until four images appear, then allow the images to converge to a set of three, focusing on the centre image. Have fun!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereogram
    http://digital-photography-school.co...w-to-make-them
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    Our world is 3D, not a flatland!

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    Use your finger to help you adjust your focus. With the finger close to your eyes, focus on it. You should see 4 images, 2 copies of the 3d stereogram.

    Slowly move your finger closer to the screen and keep focusing on it. Via peripheral vision, you should be able to see the 4 images coming closer to each other and overlapping. Eventually, you'll see that the middle two have combined into one.

    Here comes the tricky part, shifting your focus from your finger to the combined image. It'll take awhile to get used to it. Occasionally you'll catch a glimpse of 3D and you'll get excited. Eventually, you'll master the technique and you won't need the finger to guide you at all.

    Usually it's easier if the images are separated by a distinct bar so you can easily tell when the middle two images have combined into one.

    I suggest viewing this guy's stereograms, they are probably easier to learn the cross eye technique from .

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/turbguy...7622321846829/

    Here's some of mine:









    And my set. http://www.flickr.com/photos/honsq90...7621926006149/

    I'll be uploading more 3D photos soon of my trip to Lamborghini Singapore :P
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