BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

3D / Stereo Photography

is anyone interested in viewing stereo ( side x side ) images from a recent cruise ?  You need a Lournette, or similar viewer, not the red/cyan type,  to view them.  I don't want to waste the time posting  them if no one can enjoy them.  Pics are of the Carnival Splendor, Saint John, & Halifax.    Here is a sample of what I am referring to :

 

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Greenhorn
Contributor Level: Third Mate

So is this a double image only or am I missing something?

 

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

Well, it's a stereo image. Taken with a Loreo Stereo Lens. ( they are available with different camera mounts.   Go to Loreo.com )  If you look at it through a viewer, like those old stereoscopes, you see a 3D image.   Sort of like a Viewmaster, except Viewmasters use slide film.  These get printed out as regular 4x6 photos.  Usually I make my own mounting cards for them, but for an upload you use your screen.

How are things over at FV ?

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Neat idea except that I went through my arsenal of 3D glasses, of which I have many and none of them works.  Thanks for coming up with something different. 

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