Photographer's Note

Here comes an experimental work, a 3D image:
in my profession (photogrammetry) we do metric measurments on images and in order to measure depth we use stereo pair of images.
the idea is to photograph the object from two different points of view as we see objects with two eyes. if one can see left image by left eye and right image by right eye, then the brain would be able to reconstruct stereo view of the object in 3 dimensions.
one easy way to do this is to put images next to each other (as is here) and try to see the scene in 3D by overlaying corresponding features on each other. use the two crosses on top or bottom of the image and try to put them together to see only one cross instead of two then move to image and you'll be able to see in 3D and feel the depth.
the only point is the line between your eyes must be parallel with the line between two crosses, so don't rotate your head. your normal distance to screen would work so don't get too close.
another hint: when you see the scene in 3D youre eyes are in fact focused on somewhere behind your monitor.
it needs some practice for inexperienced people and it takes some time until your eyes get to see it. so take your time!

tec: both images are cropped and resized. the left image is rotated clock wise.

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