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Rockies, Front Range Stereo
Rockies, Front Range Stereo
kirbic


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Collection: Portfolio
Location: North of Denver, CO
Galleries: Landscape, Stereoscopic Pairs
Date Uploaded: Jul 8, 2005

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Comments: 6
Favorites: 1 (view)

Shot in burst mode from a passenger jet, the separation between the viewpoints for the left and right images is approx. 250 feet!

**Note, this is a "cross-eyted" stereogram.

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05/25/2010 08:04:15 PM
wow, this is remarkable.
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05/25/2010 07:22:43 PM
This is a brilliant example.
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03/09/2008 02:16:25 PM
Ooohhhh, I love how much difference the fluffy clouds in the foreground make - they add so much to the depth and to getting the scale of it all.

I do agree with the border, though.... I think they might be easier to view if they had a border.
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03/09/2008 01:18:30 PM
Oh wow, this is fantastic!!
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06/16/2006 01:01:04 AM
This (these?)is (are?)excellent. No problem with viewing in stereo. Fascinated by the fact one could make out about 15 depth levels, as opposed to about 6 in monovision. interesting about the distance between the photos!
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12/30/2005 03:00:04 AM
I have trouble viewing this one without a separation border between and around the 2 images. In other sterograms that I've been able to view, the border aids in being able to view 3 of them, the middle one being the 3D one. Without it, it always goes back to one image for me. I went ahead and added a border in Gimp and I was able to get it to work much better with a simple white border. Beautiful stereogram once I was able to get it to work :)
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