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 Photographs brought to life by unusual 3D effect 
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Post Photographs brought to life by unusual 3D effect
I found this on the internet and thought it may be of interest, nothing to do with time-lapse but very interesting as an idea for making a flat image come to life (no daft glasses needed :lol: )

Warning these images flicker....
3D Photographs

Some work better than others.

I thought it was very creative, he does not say how he has done it.
I'm guessing you have to use a lasso tool in PS CS and cut out some forground objects then alter the perspective of the image and clone in the whole you made and paste back in the objects then create an animated GIF.

Anyone any ideas what the process is here?

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Andy


Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:39 am
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Post Re: Photographs brought to life by unusual 3D effect
That's very interesting subject matter to work with! I'd think its the same process as any 2d photo to 3d effect in after effects/etc. which basically involves layering and various shift and DOF blur eye tricks to bring them to life.

here is a tutorial


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Post Re: Photographs brought to life by unusual 3D effect
Intersting site there Andy and I dig the tutorial Jay.

Andrew Kramer has some great stuff on his site http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials.html

now to apply that technique to time lapse

hmmm

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Post Re: Photographs brought to life by unusual 3D effect
These are stereographs that were very popular around the turn of the century. Very popular in that you would purchase a set of Sterograph cards from the Sears catalog, or what have you, and sit around in the parlor and look at 'views' from around the world.

These are just animated .gif. files that are shuffling back and forth from the right and left view and creating the 'illusion' of 3-D.

Very clever actually. I may have to use that in class someday.

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