The following web sites are more than just Flickr – they provide online 3D editing tools. You typically upload two images, a side by side 3D image or an MPO file – and then make alignment and other changes “in the cloud”. Once done, your finished 3D image can be stored in your online photo gallery and viewed in multiple formats, as selected by the viewer – such as side by side cross eyed views or anaglyph.
Both photos taken using a Lumix GH-2 and the 3D lens, which creates a MPO file. The MPO file was then processed in Stereomaker and resized to 400 pixels wide and saved as an animated GIF “3D wiggle” image.
Tip – It seems that to upload animated GIFs to Google+, you need to be about 400 pixels or smaller. If the image is larger, Google+ converts it to a non-animated PNG file.
Update: the “wiggle” image does not appear in Chrome on one my computers, but works on another. However, when I click on the image, Chrome shows the “Wiggle” 3D image correctly. If the images below appear stationary, then try clicking on the image.
This is Sable, our Alaskan Malamute (best dogs in the world!!!!!)
This is Mocha, our Siberian Husky and retired sled team dog (most fun dogs in the world!!!!)