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Höllengrund in fall 3-D / CrossView / Stereoscopy / HDR / Raw

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Höllengrund in fall 3-D / CrossView / Stereoscopy / HDR / Raw

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Ein illustratives Tutorial, wie man den Kreuzblick erlernen und auf die 3-D Brille verzichten kann...

Learn how to free view stereoscopic images without 3D glasses...

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:29:01 -0800
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Kurhotel Bad Suderode 3-D / CrossView / Stereoscopy / HDR / Raw

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Kurhotel Bad Suderode 3-D / CrossView / Stereoscopy / HDR / Raw

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Ein illustratives Tutorial, wie man den Kreuzblick erlernen und auf die 3-D Brille verzichten kann...

Learn how to free view stereoscopic images without 3D glasses...

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 11:58:46 -0800
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The Woods are Ruthless, Dreadful, Deaf and Dull

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The Woods are Ruthless, Dreadful, Deaf and Dull

These woods may not have been dreadful, but they were thick. (The title quote comes from Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, by the way.) This was shot from the footpath that leads to the Hole-in-the-Wall Falls on Vancouver Island, not far from Port Alberni. The falls often makes the list of "hidden gems" of Vancouver Island, but on the day I was there the place had been "discovered" by two school groups, and I had to work hard at keeping people out of my shots.

This section of woods had probably been logged a decade or so previously; however, a large stand of old-growth forest is located not far away in MacMillan Provincial Park.

To see the image in 3D, cross your eyes until the two images become three. Concentrate on the "middle" image, adjusting your focus back and forth and it should pop into view as 3D.

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 10:11:09 -0800
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Frozen Throne

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Frozen Throne

What happens when you try to get a freezing soap bubble to land on an orchid like a chair, and photograph it in stereoscopic 3D? Exactly this. :)

This is a cross-view stereo image, designed for you to cross your eyes to see it with three dimensional depth. If you haven’t yet attempted this, I think you’ll be impressed with the results if you give it a show. Essentially you have to cross your eyes with the image filling about 25% of your field of view (too close and you have to cross your eyes too far). When you cross just enough so that you see three images, focus in on the middle image and pow! 3D. Here’s a tutorial that might be easier to follow: www.kula3d.com/how-to-use-the-cross-eyed-method.html

For those with 3D viewers like a stereoscope or a VR headset, here’s a version that you can use to see this properly: donkom.ca/stereo/DKP_2483-parallel.jpg

Got a set of red/cyan anaglyph glasses? This one will be what you’d use: donkom.ca/stereo/DKP_2483-anaglyph.jpg

Have a 3DTV? Here’s an MPO file. Many TVs can view these in 3D if you put them on a memory card and plug that directly into the television: donkom.ca/stereo/DKP_2483-3DTV.mpo

Getting a freezing bubble to sit on a flower isn’t impossible, but you need to make sure the flower is ice cold – this means letting it sit outside in -15C weather to freeze, and careful handling them… they shatter easily. It can sometimes be helpful to sprinkle a little bit of snow on the flower as well, which will act as nucleation points if the bubble comes in contact with them, starting off the freeze. But how do you get the bubble to fall precisely where you want it?

A straw. Blow the bubble through a drinking straw slowly so it sits at the end of the straw and you can place it wherever you like. Backlight the bubble so all the growing frost will glow, and (in this case) use a 3D macro lens. The lens has two sets of optics in a single barrel, divided all the way down to the mirror to keep the two images separate – one for the left eye, one for the right. The company that produced the lens no longer manufacturers it (Dewijs) but you can modify a Panasonic 12.5mm 3D lens with some washers to shoot macro work like this if you have an m4/3 camera.

If you want a full tutorial on freezing soap bubble photography, check out my Pushing Limits column in the current issue of Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine: www.outdoorphotographycanada.com/product/print-digital-su... - use the coupon code DONKOM for 20% off a 1-year subscription! You can read a preview of the article here: www.outdoorphotographycanada.com/pushing-limits-freezing-...

Other things you might be interested in:
2018 Macro Photography Workshop Schedule: www.donkom.ca/workshops/

2018 Ice Crystals Coin from the Royal Canadian Mint featuring my snowflakes: www.mint.ca/store/coins/coin-prod3040427

“The Snowflake” print, taking 2500 hours to create: skycrystals.ca/product/poster-proof/

Photo Geek Weekly, my new podcast: www.photogeekweekly.com/

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 17:44:27 -0800
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3D Stereo Anaglyph: Samstagsrunde mit balance&power

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3D Stereo Anaglyph: Samstagsrunde mit balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:54:40 -0800
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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:59:26 -0800
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3D Stereo Anaglyph: Samstagsrunde mit balance&power

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3D Stereo Anaglyph: Samstagsrunde mit balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:54:38 -0800
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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:59:23 -0800
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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:59:25 -0800
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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

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3D Anaglyph MTB Tour with balance&power

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:59:25 -0800
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