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+-70cm from screen. look cross eyed until middle picture is seen. Relax and enjoy 3D
+-70cm from screen. look cross eyed until middle picture is seen. Relax and enjoy 3D
RUEDISCHMUTZ


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Fool the Viewer (Expert Editing)
Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 950
Location: In my garden
Date: Sep 10, 2011
Aperture: F4
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/200
Date Uploaded: Sep 13, 2011

2 pictures taken side by side -+ 6cm apart. Crop and process with Topaz adjust. More details later if requested and if not DQ'd. I did enjoy experimenting with this.

Statistics
Place: 57 out of 65
Avg (all users): 5.2920
Avg (commenters): 6.5833
Avg (participants): 5.3143
Avg (non-participants): 5.2843
Views since voting: 540
Views during voting: 491
Votes: 137
Comments: 30
Favorites: 1 (view)


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09/23/2011 12:28:05 PM
I still stand by my FANFREAKINGTASTIC... I guess more people couldn't see this, cause you don't deserve this score!! I fave'd it so I can come back and entertain myself all thru the day!! BTY after about 15 mins of crossed eyes and getting lost in the photo I do get a headache!! So worth it though!! LOL
09/23/2011 01:27:24 AM
Many thanks to everybody who tried to see my 3D.
I know not everybody will be able to do it. So I expected the score I eventually ended up. No problem, I have been greatly compensated by the comments I received. It was worth the low score. Special the person who saw ďgodĒ in my picture. My wife and I had great fun to read all of them.
And now how Iíve done it. Probably most of you have done similar things, but for the few who donít know.
First I made a small sliding platform on the tripod. Take 2 photos, moving the camera on my platform. Horizontal camera movement in this case was about 5 cm. The rule is, the closer the main object the less the move. Important is, to point the camera in exactly the same direction.
Then cut away anything not needed in both pictures. Making sure the edge is the same in 3D view.
Place next to each other and voila, you have a 3D picture.
Many thanks and happy squinting.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/21/2011 10:30:50 PM
I'v e done a lot of this stuff including imagery interpretation in the US Army. But this image is too large for any normal person to perform this feat except with an old stereocoptic viewer. So I tried. Still to large. Printed and reduced to 1/3 size might work in a viewer or less to make is work manually.. er.. visually. Nice try for the challenge.
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09/21/2011 05:20:05 PM
Very real.
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09/21/2011 04:05:35 PM
Interesting image, it has certainly made me look at it for longer than the other entries.
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09/20/2011 02:48:50 PM
Great job on the stereo image!
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09/20/2011 02:40:01 PM
I stared at this cross eyed for quite a while! shame on you!
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09/20/2011 10:59:59 AM
real
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09/19/2011 10:53:19 PM
Nice job!
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09/19/2011 09:23:44 PM
I ADORE those 3D shots - thanks for giving me one to look at!
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09/19/2011 07:49:00 PM
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..........
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09/19/2011 04:45:11 PM
Real :-)
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09/18/2011 01:19:47 PM
I have diplopia so I'll never see this. Novel idea though...
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09/18/2011 01:04:02 AM
Well...it seems that this 3D photo works. When I cross my eyes...it really does look 3D.
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09/18/2011 12:24:50 AM
Wow! That is amazing.
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09/17/2011 09:05:08 PM
Nah. That's not gonna work. Im at starbucks right now and people are staring at me.
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09/17/2011 07:20:01 PM
This is awesome! Please let us turn this into a challenge suggestion!!!!
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09/17/2011 06:55:28 PM
Perhaps each side is real.
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09/17/2011 02:58:31 PM
I love this! :D
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09/17/2011 01:04:31 PM
OK totaly freaky... I love these things and never have seen on done with actual photography so if I could give you a 20 for a FANTASTIC JOB I would... sigh they only let me go 10... (added later) grabbed hubs this morning to look at this, he can't cross eyes so he can't see it! I hope everyone on dpc can get her seen, it's just too fantastic!! I can get my finger behind the nose picking gnome!!
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09/17/2011 09:41:02 AM
fool the viewer or make a fool of the viewer, decided you're going for the latter, I could be wrong but judging this based on all the other normal criteria. It's not a very strong image to me, nothing to really grab my attention or make me look longer at the picture. The repeated image distracts me even if there is a trick to be had by staring at it.

Came back and bumped this up as there's some mischievous humor and creativeness to the image.
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09/17/2011 06:55:45 AM
"look cross eyed" and "relax" dont belong to the same sentence... :-P
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09/17/2011 04:37:51 AM
And the headache afterwards? You could have fooled me, but considering the challenge name... ;)
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09/17/2011 12:57:57 AM
I think i just saw god.
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09/16/2011 10:12:21 PM
Works for me, very cool!!!
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09/16/2011 10:09:28 PM
Unless you have a stereopticon camera, I'd say this was created in PP.
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09/16/2011 08:54:37 PM
OMG that is sooooooo Cool.

I hope others read the title and don't just vote on the picture.

Did you do anything special to make it do that?

Send me a message, because I don't don't get on here much anymore and if you reply to comment I will never see it.
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09/16/2011 08:19:42 PM
So, I have tried for 5 minutes to get the 3D effect, and the result is my eyes hurt and I didn't see anything. But thankyou for keeping me entertained.
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09/16/2011 06:45:57 PM
Interesting.
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09/16/2011 05:54:32 PM
Clever.
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