Stereoscopic Pictures Web Page

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Josh Hed, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. Josh Hed

    Josh Hed Guest

    Hello,

    I have put together a little web page to display my stereoscopic
    pictures, all done in Photoshop. I have been working with stereo
    photography since September 2004 and "think" I have gotten a pretty
    good handle on most of the techniques.

    If you could take a look at the web page and let me know what you think
    it would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to sign my guestbook
    and give me any pointers as I am always eager to learn.

    Thanks,

    Josh Hed

    http://www.joshhed.com/theheds/stereopics/
     
    Josh Hed, Apr 15, 2005
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  2. 2 images of the same thing? what is steroscopic about it?
     
    [email protected], Apr 15, 2005
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    Mark Guest

    Looking cross-eyed at some good effects.......some without much background
    don't separate as well as others, but thanks for sharing....
     
    Mark, Apr 15, 2005
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    Stephan Guest

    What planet are you posting from?
    Google stereoscopic photography and learn

    Stephan
     
    Stephan, Apr 16, 2005
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  5. Josh Hed

    Josh Hed Guest

    Over half of my shots are macro shots. When doing macro, it's
    important to not include much if any background. I'm not sure if the
    macro shots are the ones you're talking about or not, but in case they
    are, that's my defense. ;)
     
    Josh Hed, Apr 16, 2005
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    paul Guest


    Heh, roll up two pieces of letter size paper on the short end & look
    through that. I gotta say though, this set is not the most intriguing
    I've seen & had some fun with it anyways.
     
    paul, Apr 16, 2005
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  7. Josh Hed

    Josh Hed Guest

    Thanks for the feedback. I've only been doing this since September
    2004 and have done it all with a single digital camera. I would like
    very much to get a twin digital camera setup so I could maybe take more
    outdoor pictures as well as pics of people. I think that might add a
    little more "intrigue" to my "set". Glad you managed to have some fun
    at any rate.

    Josh Hed
     
    Josh Hed, Apr 16, 2005
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  8. I looked through your set and concentrated only on the anaglyphs. The
    newest ones (up front) really do show your progress. The binoculars
    set was excellent. I like the shadows and bare background. Super
    stuff.

    I've tried some outdoor stuff. Color anaglyphs are trickier to make
    impressive than black and white. Sometimes I adjust the levels to make
    the blacks blacker and drop the brightness of the whites a bit. Seems
    to take off the cast.

    You are doing great. Keep it up. Stereo is cool and
    under-appreciated.

    Dave N.
    www.dualmoments.com
     
    extremephotos, Apr 16, 2005
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