vjmite (3634) 2014-04-21 1:46
A strange-looking building, and a surprise to see it is in Iran. It looks like it could be on a Pacific island, with the thatched roof and the palm tree. But the eucalyptus tree on the left is very Australian. Good light on the building.
vjmite (3634) 2014-04-21 1:39
The photo has come out very well, even though you are looking into the sun. There is enough detail in the shadows to see this classical building well. The front-on view is nice and symmetrical, and shows the building in its rugged environment. The clouds look good too.
vjmite (3634) 2014-04-21 1:34
The photo is colorful and has good depth of field. The shiny building in the background is an interesting shape.
Your two stereo images should be swapped around. The image is inside out when looking at it cross-eyed. Exchange left and right and you will get a correct 3D image.
vjmite (3634) 2014-04-16 4:09
What a stunning shot. Beautiful reflections of the bridge and buildings in the water, and the magnificent Jade Dragon Mountain in the background. Good work to get the mountain so well exposed behind the lights in the foreground. A classic Chinese scene.
vjmite (3634) 2014-04-16 3:00
A stunning photo of a beautiful modern structure, well composed. Great exposure that brings out the subtle colors of the athletic centre and the full moon. Did you know there was an eclipse of the moon on the night you took this photo? But it was not visible in Greece, according to websites I looked at.
vjmite (3634) 2014-04-13 4:40
This is a good point of view, with good depth of field. But for a stereo photo, I think the images need more separation to give more depth. The technique you describe is for the cross-eyed technique, but your photos are arranged for using the side-by-side technique. You should swap the left and right images to get stereo vision using the cross-eyed technique. See my workshop.