Mushroom gills. 3D "cross-eyed" stereo pair.

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Mushroom gills. 3D "cross-eyed" stereo pair.

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Another older shot re-visited and made into a stereo image via Zerene.
Schneider 40/2.8 Apo Componon HM. 65 images in stack.

The horizontal stereo images just look so "small" at 1024 pixels so I've put a somewhat larger version here:
http://www.krebsmicro.com/forumpix/Mush ... bs1800.jpg

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Magical ! Thanks for providing the larger version.

--Rik

PS. I see two small stereo anomalies on the stem. Retouching glitches, perhaps?

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Post by Harold Gough »

Charles,

An excellent example of the stereo removing optical ambiguity of the 2D image. Even being a regular mushroom hunter, my eyes want to perceive a thick, wooly structure protruding into the 2D frame for bottom right. The stereo immediately shows it as the stem/stipe.

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Post by Charles Krebs »

Rik,

Yup. I just fixed a couple in the larger version. Could finesse it even more if I had the time. You really need to have a clean sensor if you do a lot of this type of 3D!

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