Instructions for how to view stereo images with the cross-eye method can be found here, here, and here. Click on the images below for better viewing. When you click on these images they are displayed in new larger windows with fewer surrounding distractions.
I went outside in early December to continue 3D imaging. Here's my favorite part of the Lynchburg bike path. The depth of the receding path in the center shows up nicely.
This stereo pair seems to have a very strong 3D effect, particularly in the tree branches on the left side and the row of green trees on the right side. This is one of the best depth portrayals I've achieved so far.
I hoped this fence might make a good 3D image, but it's not as dramatic as I thought. The grass in the foreground seems more three-dimensional than the fence.
These trees and sunbeams show decent 3D effects, but the effect isn't particularly strong. I'd like to try a thicker forest with more trees at near distances.
The 3D effect seems stronger in this late afternoon image of trees.
The next post will feature a 3D portrait of Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest home.