Fresh Dew on a Rose

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It depends on the effect you want. If you want a natural view, the separation between the images should be about 6.5 cm/2.5 inches, equal to the distance between the average person's eyes. However, if you do this, the stereo effect is limited to relatively nearby objects (6.5 m/20 feet), and objects that are too close will give a "double vision" effect ...


If you want the scenes to look natural: the distance should be the same as between your eyes - about 8cm. This is independent of the subject distance. If you use a larger separation, you're effectively simulating the perspective of a giant; I remember seeing an early 3D IMAX movie where they shot a scene with a 2m distance between the cameras, overlooking a ...


Here is an uncropped photo I had taken of the Moon about a year ago. (Be forgiving of the softness) As you can see, it fits cozily within the frame. This was taken using a Canon EOS 600d, which is comparable to the 550d, and using a t-ring setup attached to the Celestron Nexstar 4se, which has a focal distance of 1325mm. I wouldn't want to get much ...

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