Updated Stereoscopic Web Site [Twin Camera Setup]

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Josh Hed, May 10, 2005.

  1. Josh Hed

    Josh Hed Guest

    Hello,

    In a desperate attempt to capture some "live" subjects I bought a
    couple of single-use cameras and affixed them to a straight edge. The
    closest I could get the lenses was 4.5 inches apart so I was forced to
    roughly an 11 foot distance from my subject but at least I was able to
    take some "live" shots.

    I added the new photos to the web page. To view the "newest" pictures,
    make sure you choose the "Sort by Date" radio button.

    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 give me any
    pointers as I am always eager to learn.

    Thanks,

    Josh Hed

    http://www.joshhed.com/theheds/stereopics/
     
    Josh Hed, May 10, 2005
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    KatWoman Guest

    KatWoman, May 11, 2005
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    Mike Russell Guest

    In a desperate attempt to capture some "live" subjects I bought a
    How should be view your images? Some of the images are too large for me to
    fuse by eye alone. I consider myself an athlete, at least when it comes to
    registering stereo images.

    I was able to fuse the bed image because the images are not quite as far
    apart. You're correct that the inter-camera eye distance is a little too
    large. A pair of old coolpix 990's will get you to within a nominal eye
    separation distance or less for macro subjects such as your deer model. The
    bed image has a blue cast and could use some improvement in contrast and
    color.
     
    Mike Russell, May 26, 2005
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    Mike Russell Guest

    [re stereo images at] A couple more comments. My previous comments were based only on the first
    page of your album. Some of your full images are swapped, requiring a
    wall-eyed approach to fusing them - these I find impossible.

    The cross-eyed images are possible to view, and yes, the inter-occular
    distance is too large, giving an unconfortable exaggerated 3D effect and
    making some subjects look smaller than reality - always a problem with 3D in
    any case.
     
    Mike Russell, May 26, 2005
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  5. Time to revive the stereopticon? I'd love to do 3D panoramas...
     
    Robert Feinman, May 27, 2005
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