Featured Photo Gallery for June

GVRCC members are welcome to suggest featured photo gallery topics for upcoming months. And, we look forward to your image submissions and comments for this gallery and the GVRCC Website. Please contact Jim Roberts or Gary Kattge.

3D Photography” by Bob Brackett

Anyone with an ordinary camera can take and view 3D photos.  Two pictures taken approximately 2-1/2″ apart are all that is required.  The image below is a composite of two images taken with a digital camera.  The distance to the nearest object should not be less than 4 feet.  It is important to keep the head still when moving the camera.  To learn more … read on … Bob Brackett

These two photos are all that are needed to construct a 3 dimensional image.  Many people can “free view” these flat photos and see them in 3D without additional devices.  Other viewing methods include viewing the photos arranged side by side, separated by a vertical piece of paper so that each eye sees only one photo.  Also, the images can be projected through polarizing filters onto a silver screen, and viewed through Polaroid glasses.

You are invited to view these example 3D images on a computer at the GVR Camera Club facility.  The Club has 3D glasses for your use.  To learn more … read on ..

Bob Brackett

A favorite method is to make anaglyph prints using a free computer program where the left and right images are inkjet printed in color, superimposed on one sheet.  The left image is printed in red, and the right image is printed in cyan.  The anaglyph print is then viewed in 3D through a pair of anaglyph glasses of the same colors.  The anaglyph also appears in full 3D relief on a computer monitor when viewed through anaglyph glasses.

Bob Bracket

Next season at the GVR Camera Club, we plan to present a workshop on 3D Photography as a session of the Studio Techniques SIG.

The free 3D program download:  stereo.jpn.org/eng/stphmkr

Anaglyph glasses can be obtained from Berezin Stereo Photography Products:  www.berezin.com/3d

There is much more to learn about 3D Imaging:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:3D_imaging

You can send a REPLY about these 3D images and Bob’s article. We look forward to receiving your comments.

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FEATURED PHOTO GALLERY -- "Members Favorite Image"
GVRCC members are invited to submit their images for Featured Galleries and other galleries in the Website. Subject matter should support the gallery title. Instructions on how to submit images for our website galleries are provided on the GVRCC "Photographic Image Submission Form" that is available on the sidebar of Gallery pages in this website.  Any questions - contact Jim Roberts by email to: Galleries@dev.gvcameraclub.org.
The "Members Favorite Image" Featured Photo Gallery is the first of a series of favorite galleries that will be presented during the 2017 -2018 GVRCC season.  Look forward to submitting your images in categories such as Portrait, Landscape, Action Sports, Wildlife, Photojournalism, Architecture, etc.  Looking forward, member suggestions for Featured Photo Galleries are also welcome.
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