Post by belgiumreporter on Sept 26, 2016 17:02:33 GMT -5
Here's a series 3D anaglyphs i made with diffrent settings and diffrent programs, i noticed not all anaglyph glasses are the same and i get inconcistend results when viewing the pics through diffrent glasses, on diffrent screens and on diffrent magnifications.
How do they look to you?
The last one (dancing couple) isn't a true 3D because it was made anaglyph from the 1 file in PS, it seem to work to some extend though.
Post by belgiumreporter on Sept 28, 2016 5:31:37 GMT -5
Thanks Hansz for the feedback, you seem to get the same results as i do, the 3th picture sometimes seems to "snap" in to place but mostly gives terrible ghosting on the lamp posts, the last one well yeah, it was a PS experiment worth doing, from what i've learned it needs a lot more work to get it right if tou want a good looking 3D from one file, i've seen a few good ones, so it's not impossible.
Post by olddocfox on Sept 28, 2016 12:56:03 GMT -5
Interesting stuff! Not having a pair of "stereo movie" glasses at hand, I tried an R2 (red) filter in front of my left eye and an 80C (blue) in front of the right. The 3-2 effect was pretty good, with some ghosting. I seemed to remember using red/GREEN glasses when looking at 3-D comics. I stacked a K2 (yellow) on the 80C to obtain a green filter. The 3-D effect seemed more pronounced, but the colors seemed "washed out". I had the same experience using a 25A (red) filter with a 60 (green) one.
Last Edit: Sept 29, 2016 14:37:09 GMT -5 by olddocfox