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I tweaked the images and now it looks even more 3D.

To see the image 3D you need to be 30cm from your computer screen. Stare at the middle of the picture and cross your eyes until a 3rd image appears. Then let your eyes relax and focus on the 3rd image.

Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:3D Synthetic Cross Eye Stereogram
Username:KTrueman KTrueman
Uploaded:6 Mar 2012 - 7:36 PM
Tags:Close-up / macro, Digitally manipulated, General
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JohnHawthorne

Absolutely brilliant!

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john_starkey
6 Mar 2012 - 9:21 PM

Great macro.

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Niknut
Niknut e2 Member 4602 forum postsNiknut vcard United Kingdom63 Constructive Critique Points
7 Mar 2012 - 4:07 PM

You're right !!!......it's stunning !.....& very hairy !!.Grin

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Barney64
Barney64  33 Constructive Critique Points
26 Apr 2012 - 12:23 AM

I'd be very interested to learn about your focus stacking set-up. I use a travelling microscope that cost me pennies on eBay and the results are absolutely stunning. Cleaning the little critters is a pain, do you have a special brew that you use? I have some RMS lenses for swapping, how about you? Etc., etc..

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KTrueman
KTrueman  2 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2012 - 7:35 PM


Quote: I'd be very interested to learn about your focus stacking set-up. I use a travelling microscope that cost me pennies on eBay and the results are absolutely stunning. Cleaning the little critters is a pain, do you have a special brew that you use? I have some RMS lenses for swapping, how about you? Etc., etc..

What do you want to know? Your best bet is to go to this site www.photomacrography.net here you will find everything you will ever need to know about photostacking, setups, lens. Don't think i'm brushing you off because i'm not......you will learn more from this site than i could ever tell you......i'm still very much at the start of the learning curve. I haven't any photos of my setup.....i should probably sort one out for those that are interested.

What lens do you have? I use a Nikon CF 10x, JML 21mm and an El Nikkor 50mm (plastic version). I use 3no. Ikea LED lights and a paper tube for light diffusion, a linear stage and a jig that my camera is bolted to.

I clean the bugs with warm water by putting them in a contact lens canister and giving them a gentle shake.....any other small bits of dust i remove in PS3.

I hope this sort of helpful.

Best Regards

Keith

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