Getting the Right Depth in 3D Photography

Getting the Right Depth in 3D Photography

A 3D pho­to­graph usu­al­ly con­sists of two images of the same sub­ject tak­en from dif­fer­ent view­points. One of the most com­mon ques­tions amongst both expe­ri­enced and new stereo pho­tog­ra­phers is how to deter­mine the right dis­tance between the left and right cam­era posi­tions that should be used when tak­ing the pho­tos. Learn how to achieve the right depth in your pho­tos for a sat­is­fy­ing view­ing experience.

Stereo Window basics

Stereo Window basics

writ­ten for the stere­osite by David Kuntz (Ran­cho Palos Verdes, Cal­i­for­nia, USA) Stereo pho­tog­ra­phy is a bit more demand­ing than tra­di­tion­al flat pho­tog­ra­phy, because a poor­ly ren­dered 3D image can be dif­fi­cult or unpleas­ant to view.  So, the stereo pho­tog­ra­ph­er has to take addi­tion­al steps, not