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03/09/2008 12:55:17 PM · #1
Anyone else play with these? Got any to share? Any new tips on how to take them or view them?
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If you are able to view this pair, I'd love to know and get your comments!
03/09/2008 01:06:57 PM · #2
I've seen a tripod attachment to assist in making these -- it puts the camera mount out at the end of a pivoting arm, so you can move the camera precisely between the two shots.

I keep meaning to try this, but haven't yet. If you've figured out a good way to make them you can write a tutorial for the rest of us.
03/09/2008 01:15:15 PM · #3
Left you a comment. Stereo pairs from airliners are fun! Here's one of mine:

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ETA: Here's another that I dug out of the archives... not an airline shot, but interesting:

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Here's one more from the archives...

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Message edited by author 2008-03-09 14:23:51.
03/09/2008 02:10:53 PM · #4
I looooooove those 3D shots! My hubby keeps promising to build me one of those tripod gizmos, but as usual, he still hasn't "gotten round to it"

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08/18/2015 02:48:17 PM · #5
Originally posted by Beetle:

I looooooove those 3D shots! My hubby keeps promising to build me one of those tripod gizmos, but as usual, he still hasn't "gotten round to it"

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Well, time for him to get on with it!

The London Stereoscopic Company (Brian May and co.) is sponsoring a couple of contests, including one for a style called "Diableries" for which your "models" may come in handy.

Direct link to contest page. Their How-to page has instructions for taking/making stereographs if you haven't done it before -- no special equipment or software necessary ...

I'm waiting to print this and test the effect with a viewer before I submit ... Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1164284.jpg
08/18/2015 03:24:35 PM · #6
cough, cough.. lots of dust in here.
08/18/2015 03:30:55 PM · #7
Originally posted by Mike:

cough, cough.. lots of dust in here.

See Forum Rule #3 ... :-)
08/18/2015 04:52:23 PM · #8
wow, a stereopticon thread... my great grandmother had one of those.
08/18/2015 04:56:57 PM · #9
Originally posted by GeneralE:


Well, time for him to get on with it!


LOL.... I still don't have one.

But then again, I shouldn't rush him..... it has only been seven years!

When a man says he'll do something, he'll do it - no need for us to nag him every six months (or so I've been told).
08/18/2015 08:15:25 PM · #10
Paul, your Diableries stereoview looks good - especially the skeletal dog which comes out through the window.
08/18/2015 08:18:19 PM · #11
Karin,

You can do a stereoview with the Cha-Cha method - no special equipment needed - providing nothing in it MOVES.
Otherwise, there are loads of cheap beamsplitters out there for your camera.
For the tripod slide bar, try eBay - seller Dr. T - outstanding seller, good merchandise - he has several.
08/19/2015 05:40:42 PM · #12
Originally posted by AbeSapien2:

Paul, your Diableries stereoview looks good - especially the skeletal dog which comes out through the window.

Thanks for the feedback -- I've gone ahead and sent it in. :-)
08/20/2015 01:29:58 PM · #13
We now have a site Gallery for Stereoscopic Pairs -- let's see what you've got.
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