While surfing the internet for fun photography tricks, I came across Digital Photography School's 3D Photography Post. You know those pictures where you let your eyes relax or go cross-eyed and then you see it in 3D? That's what I'm talking about. Wow! The post and pictures were totally cool, and they even showed you how to do it yourself! Of course, I had to try it!
I started with something simple just to see if I could get the technique. Here's what I got:
It worked! But it doesn't have much depth.Next to something I could add depth to:
Still not the absolute coolest effect.Then I found this toy:
Now we're talking!! I can't believe my 3D photography worked and how cool it is!!
If you are totally confused, click here to learn how to look at these pictures and see them in 3D.
Let's be smart people--if you have known eye problems, do not attempt to look at these pictures. There is a risk of eye fatigue, headache, or dizziness when viewing these pictures. If you experience any symptoms, quit looking at these pictures. I am not responsible for any problems you may experience as a result of viewing these phictures. There, you've been warned and my butt is covered :)
3D photography is a fairly easy thing to do! The hardest part for me was standing still enough not to move my view finder too much. It took a couple of tries on each photo but I eventually go it!
What are you waiting for? Grab your camera or photo editing software, try something new, and link up!
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