OVFF 2004

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in 3D

Here are the few stereoscopic (3d) images I took at OVFF 2004. I didn't put much effort into taking 3d pictures because it's quite a bit more difficult and disruptive (it takes MUCH more light with the one lens I have) and my gear for 3d pictures is much more limited compared to my normal photo gear.

I have posted two types of images. There's the standard red/blue images where you need a set of red and blue tinted glasses (red is on the left eye for these pictures). The other type either requires you to appropriately cross your eyes and get the pair of images to line up or you need a viewer like this (loreo.com).

To see my non-stereoscopic pictures of OVFF click here.

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