Tagged: Yellowstone National Park

Morning Glory in #3D, Yellowstone National Park

This is a red/cyan stereoscopic anaglyph still frame from an HD 3D video. Equipment used was two Canon Vixia HF M301 consumer camcorders on a homemade mount.   I also photographed this as a 3D still image using two Lumix GH-2 cameras. However – notice the problem? The reflection in the pool really messes with the eyes in this 3D image. I think this means we need to be very careful...

3D video of Yellowstone’s Old Faithful Geyser eruption

3D video of Yellowstone’s Old Faithful Geyser eruption – YouTube. This is a “fake” 3D video created from a 2D video shot from the overlook several hundred feet above the geyser basin. This video was created by time shifting a 2D video to produce separate left and right images – creating a very nice effect of the steam cloud coming out of the screen at the viewer. To  create this effect,...

Some sounds of #Yellowstone

Last year, I made a short video featuring the Thermal Sounds of Yellowstone. This fall, I attempted to recreate parts of that video in 3D and stereo sound (rather than the monaural recording of last year). Here are some samples of what I recorded this year, both uploaded to the blog as MP3 files:  2012YellowstoneDragonsMouth – the Dragon’s Mouth thermal vent/geyser inside a short cave at the Mud Geyser Basin.  2012YellowstonePaintPots – the...

#3D photo, Brink of Lower Falls, Yellowstone River

Brink of Lower Falls, Yellowstone River. Photo taken on Sep 16th, 2012 using dual Lumix GH-2 cameras, with image processed using Stereo Photo Maker. Red/Cyan glasses required to view the 3D depth of this stereoscopic anaglyph photo. Click on the image for full size original image. [singlepic id=155 w=640 h=480 float=]   Related articles The Waterfalls, Lakes, and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park