3D Photography Tips (3D Porch) – this is great info!
Something I noticed is that “wiggle” shots are also done differently than regular stereoscopic shots. For example, the 3rd page of 3Dporch’s tips illustrates this where the foreground is made to move while the background is held constant.
Normally, when shooting 3D we like to have the closer subjects centered at the viewing plane (in the Z-axis) which is very different than how 3D works in a “wiggle” shot.
And note how in this wiggle 3D image, framing the photo works well, while many 3D enthusiasts would call this a “frame violation”.