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Nice job, Tom. I had to cut and paste in psp as I view in parallel. I've
been doing stereo orchid photos for a while and would have posted more but
there didn't seem to be the interest.

I'd appreciate the details and am happy to share mine with you.

Paul
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On Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:39:43 -0700, Paul Simon wrote
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Nice job, Tom. I had to cut and paste in psp as I view in parallel. I've
been doing stereo orchid photos for a while and would have posted more but
there didn't seem to be the interest.

I'd appreciate the details and am happy to share mine with you.

Paul
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Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
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Thanks, Paul. The shots were hand held with a 105mm lens at about 5 feet,
moving about 1 inch horizontally. Then opened a new frame in PS, a bit more
than twice the width of the images, and pasted them in. I haven't
experimented much with the size of the arc.
I'd love to know how you handle it.

Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
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On Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:39:43 -0700, Paul Simon wrote
(in article ):

Nice job, Tom. I had to cut and paste in psp as I view in parallel.
I've
been doing stereo orchid photos for a while and would have posted more
but
there didn't seem to be the interest.

I'd appreciate the details and am happy to share mine with you.

Paul
"tbell" wrote in message
.com...



Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200




Thanks, Paul. The shots were hand held with a 105mm lens at about 5 feet,
moving about 1 inch horizontally. Then opened a new frame in PS, a bit
more
than twice the width of the images, and pasted them in. I haven't
experimented much with the size of the arc.
I'd love to know how you handle it.

Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200

Sorry for the delay, I've been remiss in my e-mail.

I have gotten into this much more, but not sure if the results are any
better :-) I use a tripod and have a left/right calibrated slide bar that I
use for shifting. I follow the 1 to 15 rule and shift 1 inch for each 15
inches distance. I'll forward some on via the new orchid.pictures web site
with more details.

Let's meet sometime in SF at one the orchid shows. I think we're a bit too
far apart; I'm in Los Altos Hills.

Paul


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On Mon, 22 Jun 2009 10:06:03 -0700, Paul Simon wrote
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On Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:39:43 -0700, Paul Simon wrote
(in article ):

Nice job, Tom. I had to cut and paste in psp as I view in parallel.
I've
been doing stereo orchid photos for a while and would have posted more
but
there didn't seem to be the interest.

I'd appreciate the details and am happy to share mine with you.

Paul
"tbell" wrote in message
.com...



Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200



Thanks, Paul. The shots were hand held with a 105mm lens at about 5 feet,
moving about 1 inch horizontally. Then opened a new frame in PS, a bit
more
than twice the width of the images, and pasted them in. I haven't
experimented much with the size of the arc.
I'd love to know how you handle it.

Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200

Sorry for the delay, I've been remiss in my e-mail.

I have gotten into this much more, but not sure if the results are any
better :-) I use a tripod and have a left/right calibrated slide bar that I
use for shifting. I follow the 1 to 15 rule and shift 1 inch for each 15
inches distance. I'll forward some on via the new orchid.pictures web site
with more details.

Let's meet sometime in SF at one the orchid shows. I think we're a bit too
far apart; I'm in Los Altos Hills.

Paul


My word, you're way ahead of me. I usually attend the Pacific Orchid
Exposition in February. E-mail me at teebeeemmdeeatmacdotcom, and I'd like to
meet you.

Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200



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