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Old 9th September 2012, 17:41   #14896
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Standing still - a Autorickshaw stands still while the traffic flies by!

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I flew up again,
I have flown and left the world below, now I am all yours, now people are miles away and all the valleys are away..



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Something from my side: Taken at Lake Starnberg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Starnberg

The lake and the Alps in the background

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Took this in a local park. @30X zoom
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Hi All,

Was away from TBHP for sometime now, thanks to the busy work schedules. Good shots in the latest pages while I browsed through. Nice Macros there Clever and Wanderer.

Here's one from Pattaya Beach in Thailand
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First experiments with 3D pictures ( two pictures taken and merged)

The pointy leaf
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Can see the depth of Ganesha and the bell hanging in Air
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check out the way the door runs through the image, on the left side its coming out and on the right it is going in. (with lots of depth)
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This one is amazing, the pokey pencil .

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Any more ideas anyone ?
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First experiments with 3D pictures ( two pictures taken and merged)

The pointy leaf
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Can see the depth of Ganesha and the bell hanging in Air
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check out the way the door runs through the image, on the left side its coming out and on the right it is going in. (with lots of depth)
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This one is amazing, the pokey pencil .
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Any more ideas anyone ?
What is the point in taking two pictures and merging them if we viewers are viewing it in normal screens? All I see is 2D, and we can perceive some depth because of the way pictures are taken - the angle and the bokeh.
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What is the point in taking two pictures and merging them if we viewers are viewing it in normal screens? All I see is 2D, and we can perceive some depth because of the way pictures are taken - the angle and the bokeh.
you are wrong, depth is obviously visible, in every picture the depth is visible.

This is how the glassless 3D will look like. The depth can be very easily spotted in the many pictures, you can clearly see the bell hanging in air,

if the same picture is taken in 2D you will see it flat,

next time i will post 3D gif, may be your can see it much better.
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you are wrong, depth is obviously visible, in every picture the depth is visible.

This is how the glassless 3D will look like. The depth can be very easily spotted in the many pictures, you can clearly see the bell hanging in air,

if the same picture is taken in 2D you will see it flat,

next time i will post 3D gif, may be your can see it much better.
No offense meant but sorry to say you are wrong.
Depth here is perceivable since we can see the bokeh and we can very well understand the subjects and the angle at which the shots are taken.

Again, this is NOT glassless 3D. These pictures, viewed in in normal monitors will NEVER give you 3D effect.

For real 3D viewing, two cameras have to shoot at eye's distance from each other (or like you did, two shots taken by spacing apart the camera a little) and then two of those images has to be brought separately to both our eyes. This means, the left eye has to see what the left camera shot and the right has to see what the right camera shot. Traditionally this is achieved by wearing polarizing filters which can cut out right camera's frame on your left eye and left camera's frame on your right eye, making both your eyes see different frames - then it is the job of our brain to see it in 3D.

Coming to glassless 3D - like in HTC Evo 3D phone - again both eyes will be seeing different images - that is achieved by angular filtering of what goes out from the screen. If you keep the phone at a certain distance from your eyes, both of your eyes will be seeing different frames, and of course the display will be actually displaying both the frames for that. You can check this by tilting the display to an extreme angle with respect to your eye - you can then see alternating left and right frames, obviously without the 3D effect.

In other words, the special glass in front of the screen can deliver different pictures to different locations onto the viewing space in front of the display. you have to keep your two eyes in two different "delivery zones" (They will be at two different delivery zones anyway, with respect to the screen) of that special glass.

My colleague sitting next has an HTC Evo 3D - so I have experienced glassless 3D in it.

Bottom line is, a normal computer monitor cannot give you real 3D experience. But it can give you only Anaglyph 3D effect if you wear read and cyan glasses.

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No offense meant but sorry to say you are wrong.
the 3D effect.
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Ok, but some how i was able to see the effect of depth much better when combining two images than one. Only one picture was looking rather flat.

i have experienced the glassless 3D on Nintendo 3DS.

Can you see the 3D below ?

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Ok, but some how i was able to see the effect of depth much better when combining two images than one. Only one picture was looking rather flat.
i have experienced the glassless 3D on Nintendo 3DS.
Can you see the 3D below ?
I do not see 3D but alternating frames which are shot from slightly different angles. Using these two frames, we can make a 3D photograph, but you still would require special viewing mechanism to view it in 3D - this can be done in many new TV's with 3D capability - you still have to wear glasses to bring these frames separately into each eye.

Another possibility is to create a 3D photo in 3D phones likes Optimus 3D or Evo 3D and view that in their screen - that will also be 3D.

The 'depth' you are talking about in our usual monitors isn't 3D, whatever we do! Only possibility to view 'some' 3D in these normal monitors is Anaglyph, that too would require red-cyan glass though.

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Ahh, now i get it. you mean to say a picture below only classifies a 3D image, which appears to come out when viewing with 3D glasses.

All others would be 2.5D (like Navi)
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Ah! Some good inputs on 3D, thanks Groom and Clever.

Not seen much shots on Mosquitos. Here's one from my collection. Shot from my home farm. There were many of them stuck in web. They believed in "Unity is strength". Danced together and broke free in few mnutes
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The FLY

I was about 10 cms distance from the fly and still it didn't move a muscle. (Even if it had moved a muscle, I wouldn't have known.)

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..Not seen much shots on Mosquitos. Here's one from my collection.....
Thats a rare capture, take me to your farm one day, we will explore hidden stuff together

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The FLY....
Looks like everyone is busy after flies, mosquitoes, bees & insects I really miss a 'super macro' tool !!

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