Monthly Archive: September 2012

Phereo 3D App on Samsung 3DTV Sets

Phereo Ltd. (Saint Petersbourg, Russia) unveils a new application that brings stunning 3D photos to Samsung Smart TVs. Phereo 3D Photo delivers content from the phereo web portal, the world’s first social network for 3D photographers and viewers, directly to users of Samsung’s web-enabled 3D TVs. via Phereo 3D App on Samsung 3DTV Sets.

A few more macro #3D images

Ran out in the yard late in the day to grab a few closeup photos. Being at a northerly latitude, its already fall and most things are drying up and dying off. All photos taken using one Canon SX1 IS in macro or super macro mode and moving the camera between the left and right images. Red/cyan glasses needed for viewing. [singlepic id=228 w=640 h=480 float=center] [singlepic id=229 w=640 h=480 float=center]...

Macro Mondays? Time to ramp up close up 3D photography

Yesterday, on a whim, I shot some 3D close ups using my Canon SX1 IS macro wide angle lens feature. One of the examples I posted yesterday, and repeat again in this blog post. It occurred to me that we do not, exactly, see good 3D with our binocular vision on extremely close up subjects. In fact, when looking at things really close, it may be easier to shut one eye...

Customize your dream dSLR

Well, in terms of custom paint job or a different lens mount: Customize your dream dSLR | Crave – CNET. Real customization will come when a software development kit is made available for the camera bodies.

3D Photo Gallery

Been doing some upgrades to the 3D Photo blog: Added: 3D Photo Gallery | 3D Photos and Video @ 3d.coldstreams.com. Added: 3d.coldstreams.com URL to access this web site Replaced: old social media sharing links with Sociable! Much easier now to share stuff just about anywhere! When setting up the 3D Photo Gallery I inadvertently found that “importing” a folder of images did not copy them but set a link to them. When...

Close up “Macro” #3D photo

This #3D photo was taken with a single Canon SX1 IS high end point n shoot camera in “macro” mode. The macro mode enables extreme close up shots at the wide angle setting of the camera. The photo was made by taking a single photo for the left image, then moving the camera perhaps 1/2 centimeter to the right and taking another single photo for the right image. For a first...