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 Post subject: Zerene Synthetic Stereo
PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:47 pm 
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I recently came across some remarkable images done with Zerene Stacker's synthetic stereo routines, I was convinced to give it try.

I went back in my archives for a large stack made of Magenesium Sulfide (Epsom Salts) that I shot through a van Egmond mask. The stack was 53 images.

After a quick review of the Zerene help page for Stereo pairs, I turned it loose. Pretty happy with my first attempt, and thinking more will be coming.

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That worked very well. We seem to be looking down at a steep cliff from above.
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Thanks CE.

Funny how we interpret the same scene. I see a view across a plain to the entrance of a V-shaped canyon.

The great thing is it can be whatever the viewer chooses for it to be.

Thanks

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Very cool! I will have to try this myself.

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hkv wrote:
Very cool! I will have to try this myself.


Please do, I would love to see your stuff in 3D.

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I see a pile of petrified wood....

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billbillt wrote:
I see a pile of petrified wood....

BillT


Ha! Yes, I can see that too now that you mention it.

It's like a Microscopy Rohrschach......

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