I need true synchronization! TRUE SYNCHRONIZATION!!

As I get closer to my planned 3D stereoscopy goals, I have all the tools I need. Two identical Nikon Df cameras (well, one’s black and one’s silver, but other than that..) Two identical 50mm f/1.8D lenses. A mounting rail that will keep both cameras level and parallel when shooting. But I’m now running into…

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More Saratoga, Corinth & Hudson railway photo practice

This is realistically the last decent weekend for fall foliage. All the leaves are dying off. The tree colors are muting. But I wanted to get more practice with my stereoscopy project, and when you’ve got a tourist railroad a short drive away, you PRACTICE like you’re auditioning for Carnegie Hall. Yesterday morning. I scoped…

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For those who are having trouble viewing my stereoscopy photos…

I apologize to you. It was truly not my intention to give you complete headaches in viewing my stereoscopy images from last weekend’s photo shoots. So in the interests of helping you see the stereoscopic view without having to relax your eyes or cause you a headache-inducing brain bang … Here’s some of my shots…

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Saratoga Springs in Modern Stereoscopy.

So I fixed an issue from last Saturday’s stereoscopy experiments. I thought I had both of my Nikon Df cameras perfectly calibrated. Nope. The Silver Df was set for sunshine white balance, while the Black Df, for some reason, was tuned to a Kelvin white balance. Which makes sense, I think the last time I…

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Hamilton College in Modern Stereoscopy

Okay. No going back now. I’ve got everything lined up. My dual Nikon Df setup, along with two matching Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D “Nifty Fifty” lenses. And all I need to do is find a suitable subject or subjects to photograph. You know what? I bet the fall foliage looks swank in Clinton this time of…

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