vjmite (3618) 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.
vjmite (3618) 2014-02-27 4:22
A great time exposure, with a lovely deep blue sky and golden glow on the road and the sandstone cutting. Nice curved light trails. It's funny how the cars, despite their solidity, disappear on a long exposure such as this but their light, which is an evanescent thing, remains in the photo as the only record of their existence.
vjmite (3618) 2014-02-25 5:16
Another nice sharp and bright photo. The reflections work well. It would have been impossible to set up a tripod here - it would have been trampled by the hordes of people. The high ISO makes a difference. With my camera any ISO higher than 400 has so much noise it's not worth using.
vjmite (3618) 2014-02-25 5:11
This photo is nice and sharp and well exposed, despite the difficult conditions. It captures the feeling of the place on the night. I didn't see this particular pattern - I didn't hang around long enough to see the whole repertoire as there were so many other sights to see.
vjmite (3618) 2014-02-22 23:00
The colors in this photo really stand out - the red of the wheel, the blue and gold of the buildings, and the wonderful reflections in the water. Nice sharp image with perfect exposure.
Everybody calls it the London Eye, so why bother with all these ridiculous name changes? A permanent monument should have a permanent name, not the name of whichever company has friends in the local council at the time.