Photo 3: Project 1
This year, in Photo 3, we are exploring 3-D Stereoscopic Photography. If you are an advanced Photo 2 student you are welcome to join us in this exploration too! This project will be based on pairs of digital images you take... and created into a red-blue anaglyph
(Anaglyph 3D is the name given to the stereoscopic 3D effect achieved by means of encoding each eye's image using filters of different (usually chromatically opposite) colors, typically red and cyan. Anaglyph 3D images contain two differently filtered colored images, one for each eye.)
We will add the class gallery here in the near future so check back again soon.
Students, click on the links below to learn about 3D photography:
Plan and Compose;
In class, plan and compose your photographic composition for maximizing the 3-dimensional effect! We will work in groups to plan, take photos, analyze our photographic compositions, and re-adjust compositions as necessary to create the most dynamic look. Review the site linked here for a detailed explanation of 3D Photography: http://www.opentutorial.com/how-to-make-3d-images/
Set up and Photograph; We will use a digital camera in class, and students will take photos on their own time at home as well.
Photo Edit; We will learn the science behind the way the eye sees and why we see in 3-dimensions... we will use Photoshop to re-create the effect and print our photographs in class. There are many tutorials on You Tube that teach how to do this, but I find the one above the most straight forward and I will teach this method in class. Feel free to watch the video, the more you watch it, the easier to understand. Students will use 3-D glasses in class to craft their images.
Directions for Photoshop 3D Photos: The following document can be viewed and/or printed...
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