Rocamadour, France in 3D

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    Red/Cyan anaglyph. Rocamadour in 3D hyper stereoscopy
    Use anaglyph glasses to see in three dimensions.
    (Also available as a cross-eye stereo pair)
    December 2008, replaced with a bigger version, inspired by the huge panorama of Rocamadour by Didier Raboul:

    www.flickr.com/photos/didier_pana3d/sets/72157608826316029/

    This bigger size is suitable for 1080P HD television. Standard Photoshop JPG compression was used, to avoid artefacts. ( At least some HD TV sets, such as Samsung, (and Opera browser) cannot show anaglyphs properly when SPM, "reduced compression artefact" method is used.)

    Ametist, sandal light, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ametist 78 months ago | reply

      The Remarkable picture and fairy-tale place.

    2. Shahrokh Dabiri 78 months ago | reply

      Wow, so beautiful. I love such a hyper landscape shots. it's coooooooool.

    3. Gabriel Sperandio 78 months ago | reply

      Nice landscape!!!

      Great picture!!! Nice 3D!!!

    4. Ian5281 78 months ago | reply

      I'm blown away by this... Superb! This is going on my short list of favorites.

    5. Shahrokh Dabiri 78 months ago | reply

      Agree with you Ian,
      I should add it to my favorites too!

    6. zadro 78 months ago | reply

      Truly this is great work. Mostly I enjoy the composition, as it'd be great even as a 2-D image. What was the stereo base?

    7. Zaffiro&Acciaio: Marco Ferrari 72 months ago | reply

      Interesting photo gallery!

      Greetings from Italy!
      .

    8. didier_pana3d 65 months ago | reply

      Very impressive, I have to go back to Rocamadour (it's not far from where I live) and make some stereo too.

      Bravo and thanks for the link to my panorama.

    9. bufivla 64 months ago | reply

      Masterpiece!

    10. The Eye of Brad 51 months ago | reply

      wow, fantastic work.

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