How to take 3D Photos

How to take 3D Photographs

The diagram above has been exaggerated to show the distance between shots. The distance of 65mm is approx the distance between your eyes or more accurately the pupils of your eyes. Everybody's eyes are the same distance apart. So, take one picture of a scene with your left eye and then another picture with your right eye. You will then have a stereoscopic pair of images.

3D Stereoscopic Pair of Photos

3D Stereoscopic Pairs Left - Hotel Beatriz - Lanzarote
3D Stereoscopic Pairs Right - Hotel Beatriz - Lanzarote

Up in the rafters of the Hotel Beatriz & Spa, Lanzarote. I took the lift to the top and took the picture. You get a sense of the size of this hotel. You can turn on the lights of this hotel on by clicking here.

Again, this set of images were taken with my Sony Cybershot P43. I can highly recommend this hotel, had a lovely stay and Lanzarote presents some fantastic photo opportunities.



The magic of 3d!


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