These are 3D nature photos that I’ve taken; they’re (like my writings) not superficial! They are best viewed online via the use of a Pokescope 3D Viewer. One can order these easily online. Or one can do it by utilizing the “Eye-cross” method.” I can do it instantly… I’m so accustomed to it. However, it may be a bit difficult for a “newbie.” The Pokescope 3D Viewer is better (and it would work best by looking at the pictures while not enlarged). Viewing the photos on the 3D camera LCD or on a printed 3D lenticular is best.
Here’s how to view (via the Eye-cross method):
First, left click on one of the photos (to enlarge it); you can later return simply by clicking on the left return arrow.
1.Sit around three feet from your computer screen. Put your fists together about one foot in front of you.
2. Lift your index fingers up and keep them about 2 inches apart (and pointing slightly toward the bottom of the middle of the two pictures). Still keeping your index fingers mostly pointing up (and two inches apart), cross your eyes and try to produce a steady floating image of a “virtual” finger that is between the two real fingers.
3. Once you get good at making that steady “virtual” finger… take a look at the middle “virtual” image behind it; it will be 3D… and will stay locked in place (and focused) once you get “good at it.” Enjoy! (It takes practice!)
Alternate Method: (You still have to cross your eyes correctly…but it’s more cool, by far…) Another good way to do it…(that I invented)… is to make “Fake 3d Glasses” with your own hands; first put your open hands against your face (just outside of each eye, with fingers pointing up… like visors); then cup your index fingers and thumbs together to make “glasses”; look at the middle 3D image as before. The palm of your left hand should block your left eye from seeing the left picture (but enable your left eye to see the right picture); the palm of your right hand should block your right eye from seeing the right picture (but enable your right eye to see the left picture). As you look through your fake human glasses… your palms should be cupping to block the necessary side pictures, while allowing the middle virtual picture to exist exclusively on its own! Sweet! 😉
Let me know if you were able to do it. Otherwise, just look at the enlarged (though not as clear) pictures in 2D. Some people are better at it than others; it takes practice!
My 3d camera shows 3d images on its LCD screen (without needing 3d glasses), which is really cool. It’s a Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3. One can order 5×7 inch permanent 3D pictures, of photos that one has taken, that one can view (without the need for 3D glasses or needing to do the 3D method described above); the 5x7s are made with special lenticular coatings (to make them easily seen in 3D).