|Alter Ego Composite 3D Photo with model Heather|
|Alter Ego Composite 3D Photo with model Taquila|
Captured 3D shots of models Heather and Taquila during the Spring Fling model/photographer meetup at the Fortress of the Arts in Philadelphia on May 5, 2013. I had a great time and enjoyed working with all the wonderful enthusiastic models.
I used twin Olympus E-PM2 cameras with Panasonic Lumix 14 mm lenses on a home made tripod mount and a single off camera flash, F8, 1/100 sec, ISO 200 or 400 (Taquila photo).
For post processing I usually create the left and right composite photos before converting to 3D using SPM (Stereo Photo Maker). This how the Taquila photos were processed.
However for Heather's photo, I first combined the left and right photos into side-by-side 3D photos with SPM and then formed the composite from the two stereo photos. Using a stereoscope to view the side-by-side images on the monitor screen in photoshop made it easier to correct some movement issues with the box in the photo. I think this is how I will make future composite 3D photos.