Many people enjoy the immediacy of a 3D photograph taken with a 3D camera. However, these cameras are quite limiting in the types of photographs you can get Table of Contents: Did you know that 3D photographs can be taken with any camera or cell phone? And they’re more satisfying than photos taken with a… Read More »The charm of manual 3D photography (without 3D camera). Tutorial
UPDATE 4: We added how to upload as frame-packing for best quality possible. UPDATE 3: Fake your browser as TV so you get the SBS image instead red and blue anaglyph: On any chromium based browser install the Youtube for TV plugin then on the url address you want to watch add /tv#/ between youtube.com… Read More »How to Upload 3D to YouTube. How to Watch 3D on YouTube (and channels with good 3D videos)
To end, there are some in-person events around the world:
Thanks to the ANAVision YouTube channel you can dominate your Fuji W3 like a pro! 00:14 Overview 01:42 Shooting Photos and Videos 04:58 (I think I’m in Trouble) 05:22 Viewing Photos and Videos 12:17 MyFinepix Studio 16:19 – Viewing Photos 19:00 – Viewing Videos 21:08 – 3D Movie Trimming 23:08:- 3D Movie Splitting 24:24 –… Read More »Make the most of the Fujifilm Finepix W3 camera and it’s 3D photos & videos
If you don’t have a 3D screen… Not everyone can purchase a 3D screen. And now is even more difficult and expensive (unless you buy 3D mobiles like the Elephone P11 or the Red Hydrogen One -very cheap refurbished-). But you can convert your current smartphone on a personal 3D screen. You can either buy… Read More »[UPDATED]Quarantined? Tons of 3D content to enjoy (bonus: build a 3D viewer)
Thanks to our friend 3D Fran, we found out a russian 3D channel streaming 3D contents 24h a day. There are variety of contents, and the russian language is not an obstacle to enjoy most of the programs; which includes documentaries, concerts, reports, and sports… This channel is HD Media 3D. And you have a… Read More »3DTV channel alert: Watch it now
Make the first photo and after this first photo carefully move horizontally your camera to left or right side a few inches avoiding vertical displacement (if subject is closer make less horizontal displacement than if is farther). From now make all your 3d photos moving on the same direction, to avoid later processing.