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RogerGunkel

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Re: Marina 3D Photo's
« Reply #4 on: April 05, 2012, 12:33:16 »
The originals definitely sound like red/green anaglyph which was common in the 1950s, although red/cyan give much better colour reproducion. I take wedding 3d stills as part of my business and as well as 3d tv images I also print the pics into a red/cyan album.

I'm surprised that your pics are red/green if they are double pics with a viewer, as viewer pics are normally full colour left and right, with one eye seeing each pic. Red/green pics were normally one pic with red and green outlines to the image and a pair of the coloured glasses to seperate the images when you put them on.

I'm happy to give you any help I can, or PM me if you prefer.

Roger

Richrat2000

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Re: Marina 3D Photo's
« Reply #3 on: April 05, 2012, 12:12:19 »
Hi Roger.
Yes, I think the two images are the same side, I used a agfa photo DuoScan 100 negative scanner to lift them.
As you know the right and left images have a green and red look, but I tweeted the colours in photoshop just to show the photo on here.
I Will re-scan them at some point and post them as they are, and try the 3d glasses  :)
Thanks for your post.. Most helpful  :)

Richard.

RogerGunkel

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Re: Marina 3D Photo's
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2012, 11:38:09 »
I had to reply to your post, as although I can't help you with your particular request, I do specialise in 3D photography and video production.

There is a way to show 3dhotos on the forum, as it is something that I do all the time on a 3d forum that I belong to. To show 3d pics here, the photos would need to be in 'anaglyph' format, which is the type that needs red and cyan(blue) glasses to view. Members would need to get hold of red/cyan glasses which are available all over the internet very cheaply. I can also convert most 3d pics into anaglyph very quickly if required by email at no cost of course.

I had a look at the double image that you posted, which I expected to be what is called side by side imaging, where one pic shows the left eye view and the other the right. For some reason the two pics seem to be identical, which means that they are not actually 3d, but if you have any other pairs that you can post, I will look at them for you.

If you or anyone else wants to take and view 3d photos, I will be very happy to post a tutorial on the forum It is very easy to do even with just one camera or just a camera phone. As you say, 3d photos give a fantastic feeling of actually being there and I do all of my photography in 3d.

Roger

Richrat2000

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Marina 3D Photo's
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2012, 19:40:27 »
Does anyone have one of these 3D Viewers. This one is from Marina Photo's, 70 Chatham Hill.
My in-laws had their wedding photo's done in 3D by this photographer in 1959. The Photo below
shows them outside St Pauls (now gone) in New Road Chatham. Looking through the viewer is fantastic,
its like the 1970s Viewmaster we all had as kids. But to see this view of new road in 3D makes you feel your there.
I wish there was a way of showing you all. :) The happy couple were both 20yr on their big day, their now in mid 70s.
Did you, or do you know of anyone who had 3D Photo's done by Marina's.




 

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