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fotografi tiga dimensi

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  With love and gratitude, this book is dedicated to Bill Mance and to my late father-in-law, Theodore W. Mance, as well as to my mother-in-law, Mary Louise Mance.Theodore W. ManceOctober 23, 1929 ~ April 23, 2009  This book contains several examples of anaglyphic photography which I created on my home computer using a series of two photographs for each subject. I took these using an ordinary Cyber-shot Sony digital camera without any special 3D lensattachments. I employed the “cha-cha” method of creating these sets of photos in orderto demonstrate that anyone can make anaglyph photographs without having to buyexpensive equipment.So, what is this cha-cha technique you may ask? Is it some form of martial arts? Is it a far-Eastern mind-over-matter type of meditation. Nope. Just ask yourgrandparents or watch Dances with the Stars on TV and you'll get the idea. This hand-held camera photographic technique, cha-cha , is named after the old Cuban dancerhythm form, cha-cha-cha , but without the extra cha of course -- move left (snap aphoto), then move right (snap a photo). Examine the three photos above and on the nextpage. If you alternately close each eye, while wearing your 3D anaglyph (red/cyan)glasses, you'll notice the left/right photos from each set are combined in the middle photo[the enlarged one].For the purpose of this discussion, just think of the subject of your 3D photo as the letter B . Take the first photo slightly to the left of B where the letter A might appearin your mind. Next, move from B (or middle position) slightly to the right (or C position) and take your second photo. There you have it: two photographs of the samesubject, but each slightly off center from the middle position. Cha-Cha!!! Can't you justfeel your feet dancing to the beat while you are doing this? A good formula is: Left/right shift of 1/60th of the distance -- i.e., move one inch left (take shot), then one inch right(take shot) when subject is at sixty inches (or five feet away) from the camera. Also,remember to adjust that ratio for closer or longer shots.

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