Anaglyphs (3D glasses required)


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LiOnElLiN

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If you don't have 3D glasses, you can still view the pictures by holding a red gel over your left eye and a blue gel over your right eye.

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thank you for viewing!
 

SK1968

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If you don't have 3D glasses, you can still view the pictures by holding a red gel over your left eye and a blue gel over your right eye.
Cool! How did you achieve that ?
 

LiOnElLiN

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hi sk1968,
I used 2 old compact cameras (canon ixusII & nikon coolpix2500) and attached them side by side on a flash bracket:


shot photos simultaneously, then merged the red channel from the left camera with the green/blue channels from the right camera
 

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hi sk1968,
I used 2 old compact cameras (canon ixusII & nikon coolpix2500) and attached them side by side on a flash bracket:

shot photos simultaneously, then merged the red channel from the left camera with the green/blue channels from the right camera
Really cool. Innovative. I haven't tried checking how's the 3D effect yet, must go and find the necessary tools for that , probably 2 pieces of plastic bags for a start and squint very hard :) So you resize the photos subsequently ? What is the distance between the two photos ?
 

cabbySHE

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something new...meaning the innovation of shooting, but also something old, as 3D pictures had already been extg for....recalling my memory...back to SKY theatre ( now Great World city ) when they screen a cinemascope 3D movie whereby all audiences get a pair of those paper made spectacle to watch ( just as you had describe..blue and red gelatin ) the movie.

And now they have 3D HDTV no need to use any red/blue spectacle.
 

LiOnElLiN

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thanks, but its really nothing new since lots of people have been doing this before me.
anyway, lenses are spaced approximately 2.5 inches apart

Really cool. Innovative. I haven't tried checking how's the 3D effect yet, must go and find the necessary tools for that , probably 2 pieces of plastic bags for a start and squint very hard :) So you resize the photos subsequently ? What is the distance between the two photos ?
 

Lomographer

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this is quite cool

thanks for the pictures!

if you have more to share, rmb to post them here!
 

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Wow, wud this be the next level where ppl will go in to photography? Too bad i dun have a 3d glass now:(
 

whyeme

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anyone knows where to buy those 3D glasses?
if i buy a 3D DVD to watch at home need those glasses rite?
aiyah should have koped one when i watched aliens vs monsters 3D
haha
 

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good job! read about this before but first time seeing it here on cs!

i'm glad i had my filters but after removing them my eye abit blinded by the brightness for awhile LOl

:thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

LiOnElLiN

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thanks!
yeah, this stuff messes my eyes too

good job! read about this before but first time seeing it here on cs!

i'm glad i had my filters but after removing them my eye abit blinded by the brightness for awhile LOl

:thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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waste i dont have any 3D glasses. I'll be back to check your pics out once i find any!
 

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