With my purchase of a 3D camera came a desire to take photos. For many many years I have seen my Dad experiment with any number of different methods of capturing 3D photos, ranging from slides made from film and viewed in a slide viewer, to two normal cameras attatched to a piece of wood, to a dedicated 3D camera. All have their advantages and disadvantages, as I have found especially in the digital stage I am currently in. I, unlike so many others it seems, do not have access to a 3D monitor, so have to do with red-blue anaglyphs which degrades the colour to an extent. And nor may you, I am unsure. But digital has its upsides too: able to align, crop, and adjust all within a matter of moments. And the programme I use is able to do a pretty damn good job of making a good photo if minimal effort is desired.
Technicalities aside, here is a few of my photos since I have bought the camera. Please have your red-blue glasses ready as you click the links below. However, if you want the same photos in 2D, please click here.
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