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Jun 8, 2019 10:07:48   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
You will need a pair of anaglyph glasses to view in 3D.

Created from two offset camera photos.

They survived the winter. Now I need to find time to clean and repaint them.

Julian, I have deer in my back yard too.


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Jun 8, 2019 10:13:42   #
1Feathercrest Loc: NEPA
 
Please forgo the 3D crap and post unadulterated photographs.

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Jun 8, 2019 10:46:07   #
DragonsLady Loc: Los Alamos, NM
 
The deer, both of them, gradually become more clear after your brain and eyes quit trying to making them into 1D. Hang in for a little longer and the background becomes more clear as well. Nicely done. Ignore those who don't like, much less appreciate, 3D work. An admirable work, Gaylord.

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Jun 8, 2019 11:12:07   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
1Feathercrest wrote:
Please forgo the 3D crap and post unadulterated photographs.


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If the request was made by the administration I would comply.

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Jun 8, 2019 11:14:44   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
DragonsLady wrote:
The deer, both of them, gradually become more clear after your brain and eyes quit trying to making them into 1D. Hang in for a little longer and the background becomes more clear as well. Nicely done. Ignore those who don't like, much less appreciate, 3D work. An admirable work, Gaylord.


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Thank you, Francine

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Jun 8, 2019 16:12:05   #
selmslie Loc: Fernandina Beach, FL, USA
 
SoHillGuy wrote:
You will need a pair of anaglyph glasses to view in 3D.

Created from two offset camera photos.

They survived the winter. Now I need to find time to clean and repaint them.

Julian, I have deer in my back yard too.

Excellent example beautifully executed.

But then I favor 3D created from two original images. It solves all of the geometric issues and puts everything in its place.

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Jun 8, 2019 16:24:32   #
selmslie Loc: Fernandina Beach, FL, USA
 
DragonsLady wrote:
The deer, both of them, gradually become more clear after your brain and eyes quit trying to making them into 1D. ...

Whenever you struggle with a 3D anaglyph there are two things you can do that might help:

1. Back away from the display to reduce the effort involved in crossing your eyes.

2. Look at the image and force your eyes to cross more than necessary, then relax them. The image might just pop into place on its own.

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Jun 8, 2019 16:58:33   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
selmslie wrote:
Excellent example beautifully executed.

But then I favor 3D created from two original images. It solves all of the geometric issues and puts everything in its place.


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I had the choice between two different takes, perhaps I should have chosen the other one to post.

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Jun 8, 2019 17:16:01   #
selmslie Loc: Fernandina Beach, FL, USA
 
SoHillGuy wrote:
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I had the choice between two different takes, perhaps I should have chosen the other one to post.

This one looks great but then I’m used to looking at anaglyphs.

Why not post the other one as well so we can see how they differ.

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Jun 8, 2019 18:11:18   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
selmslie wrote:
This one looks great but then I’m used to looking at anaglyphs.

Why not post the other one as well so we can see how they differ.


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Jun 8, 2019 18:20:55   #
selmslie Loc: Fernandina Beach, FL, USA
 
The 3D is fine in both but I can see why you selected the first one. It crops out some distraction.

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Jun 9, 2019 07:43:34   #
Guyserman Loc: Benton, AR
 
Excellent 3D. So very much better than the 2D conversions. I love how this one has depth both forward and backward from the computer screen. I had no trouble at all viewing it. It was a very accommodating deer to hold the pose for you to make two photographs!

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Jun 9, 2019 09:06:11   #
Julian Loc: Sarasota, FL
 
SoHillGuy wrote:
You will need a pair of anaglyph glasses to view in 3D.

Created from two offset camera photos.

They survived the winter. Now I need to find time to clean and repaint them.

Julian, I have deer in my back yard too.


Yes, but they are not moving... LOL. Great job with the perspective and offset. Good download, but one must step back from the display monitor to really appreciate it.

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Jun 9, 2019 09:53:28   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
Guyserman wrote:
Excellent 3D. So very much better than the 2D conversions. I love how this one has depth both forward and backward from the computer screen. I had no trouble at all viewing it. It was a very accommodating deer to hold the pose for you to make two photographs!


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They still haven't moved. lol

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Jun 9, 2019 09:56:21   #
SoHillGuy Loc: Washington
 
Julian wrote:
Yes, but they are not moving... LOL. Great job with the perspective and offset. Good download, but one must step back from the display monitor to really appreciate it.


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Nice to hear from you, Julian. Thanks for viewing.

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