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    .....I bet they're dying to get into this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T06 View Post
    .....I bet they're dying to get into this thread.
    I was wondering when someone would make that joke. It's been a bit stiff in here so far...
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    sorry, just couldn't help meself, forum needs a tad of joviality of late.
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    Film shots ok?

    This is an interesting thread and I am tempted to add a couple of my shots but have a question about formats allowed. My pictures were taken with an old Kodak stereo camera similar to the one in the link below.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Kodak-Stereo-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem

    Should I post them as stereos in a printable size that someone could actually see in 3-D. The alternative would be to just post the left or right side. They really do look more impressive in stereo but I realize that most people don't have a viewer.

    They were taken at Bonaventure Cemetery, just outside of Savannah, Georgia and I am happy to say that nobody had a problem with us taking pictures there.

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    I don't have a stereo viewer, so I'd prefer seeing just the right or left images. Post 'em!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scatamousche View Post
    This is an interesting thread and I am tempted to add a couple of my shots but have a question about formats allowed. My pictures were taken with an old Kodak stereo camera similar to the one in the link below.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Kodak-Stereo-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem

    Should I post them as stereos in a printable size that someone could actually see in 3-D. The alternative would be to just post the left or right side. They really do look more impressive in stereo but I realize that most people don't have a viewer.

    They were taken at Bonaventure Cemetery, just outside of Savannah, Georgia and I am happy to say that nobody had a problem with us taking pictures there.
    Well. if you want to resize them small enough to fit side-by-side, we can get really close to the monitor and practice de-merging our eyes for the stereoscopic effect.

    Though as AdamW suggests, a single image might be easier :-)
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    One eyed stereo pics

    Hi all,

    Well I just got back, having just processed the single shot versions of these Bonaventure Cemetery shots, to find that you might want the stereo versions after all.

    Maybe later this weekend.....

    Scatamousche












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    Thumbs down

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    Thought I'd "resurrect" this thread with a shot from yesterday morning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronBBrown View Post
    Thought I'd "resurrect" this thread with a shot from yesterday morning.
    Aaron, very nice shot.
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