Depths in Flight
I have long long marveled at the myriad depths /distances that can be perceived among numbers of birds in flight, and long disappointed at my attempts to realistically capture those perceptions photographically. I have recently ( that’s a relative term...being 79 years of age and a avid photographer since 1950) been experimenting with 2D-to-3D conversion and am getting close to my aim as regards numbers of birds distributed through the sky.
Here’s a shot of sandhill cranes above the Platte River at sunset coming in to roost.
Also, here is a “3D quad” to be viewed for 3D effect:
The top pair is for parallel gaze.
The bottom pair is for crossed gaze.
Note: I perceive the 3D effect best with parallel gaze; some others strongly prefer crossed gaze for the best 3D effect. “Your mileage may vary”.
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Although the original image is fairly tame, at least the 3D effect has some merit. That's because the shifting of the elements are all left<>right with little vertical distortion.
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