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Subject : RE: [Anaglyphs] Re: [3dXchange] Church Entrance/JM
From : "Brian Wallace Starg82343(-at-) [anaglyphs]"
To : anaglyphs
Date : Mon, 14 Dec 2015 13:11:25 -0500

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Thanks for your comments JM.

I carry the Fujifilm W1 in my pocket for images of moving subjects.  Much more convenient than the SDM method.  I find that generally, if a subject is beyond the practical stereo range of the W1, I can do a cha cha and if there are sync problems, I am very proficient at fixing those via cloning.

I primarily photograph 2D images these days, but when there is an opportunity for a cha cha using my Full Frame higher resolution DSLR, I may do a quick cha cha.

Times like this event at the church, I was invited as a guest, not the photographer, still... I took some 2D pictures at the church and reception and have been invited to upload them to an album of the bride and groom.

I have prints of my best images available for purchase on Fine Art America.  I have some 3D stereos for both Anaglyph, and Crossview but primarily 2D for potential mainstream clients.

When everyone else was rigging their cameras for SDM (before Fuji brought out the first digital stereo camera), I developed an inexpensive (under $12 US) adjustable rig that could be used for SDM, or 2fs (Two Finger Sync).  I became fairly proficient with 2fs.  I even bought twin Pentax K10 DSLRs to increase the 2fs sync possibilities by eliminating the more unreliable internal sync of using P&S cameras...

I have many examples of stereos with moving subjects in our group's unique archive and arguably, the most stereos of anyone in this group. 

When I go to certain events such as this one which was not primarily for photographing, any images I take on the side is just a plus for me as I usually try to take advantage by "killing two birds with one stone".  However, as 2D photography has taken priority for me in most cases, it's not as practical for me to carry around a cumbersome rig (unless I want to steal the attention away from the bride and groom).


My Flickr page:
My photos according to "Interestingness"...,Wallace,3d
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To: 3D-STEREOVIEWXCHANGE(-at-); anaglyphs(-at-)
From: anaglyphs(-at-)
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2015 11:24:11 +0100
Subject: [Anaglyphs] Re: [3dXchange] Church Entrance

Dear Brian, I like your relief because done with a wider stereo base than human eyes, but cha-cha has been animal or human in the scenery and often light disparity (like here because clouds moving)
With not to build your own 3D twin cameras sync with adjustable base to permit to add human/animal element in your so nice pictures.

To enlarge base... two cameras can be mounted on an extensible (home made) barre...why not telescopic.
Camera sync can be SDM.

I know the Fuji is very good for cha-cha, but it is nice only for architecture or land, nude of human and animal.



Le 14/12/2015 07:30, Brian Wallace Starg82343(-at-) [3D-STEREOVIEWXCHANGE] a écrit :

Church Entrance

Cha cha, Nikon D600, PS-CS6, ACR, SPM, IrfanView


My photos according to "Interestingness"...,Wallace,3d


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