As I was getting to know the park for the first time, I spotted this biker who had stopped right at the foot of this short paved trail. I took a cha cha but still needed to clone the biker for synchronization.
The South River is behind the biker but I intentionally kept from enhancing the light area to bleach out any water details that would have been out of sync in the final image. I believe this is the first time I've done this and it seemed to work out well albeit a sacrifice of the water element which I would have loved in this image. Oh well, I have the 2D version which I processed with the water well shown. I don't think I need to mention to the active members how we sometimes compromise in a 3D stereo for the good of the overall view.
Oh yes, you might notice the depth is less than you might be used to from me. This was intentional, mainly because I
believe when you have something like a fence or railing that comes all the way to the lens, it's best to reduce the stereo base from what is normally used. Again, thinking of the overall view, from past experience.
Cha cha, Nikon D600, Focal Length: 85 mm, PS-CS6, ACR, SPM, IrfanView.
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