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Publisher Description

The Fast Focus Tutorials are mini-manuals, dedicated to a specific aspect of 3D (stereo) photography. They are available only as downloadable ebooks. This serves the dual purpose of keeping them very affordable while minimizing their impact on the environment.

If you ever even considered converting 2D images to 3D, now is the time to give it a try.

This manual is focused on a newly developed, fast and simple 2D to 3D conversion method that uses the tools in the FreeWare, StereoPhoto Maker. This is a "must have" technique for 2D to 3D conversionists.

This quick and easy technique is explained in step-by-step detail.

Conversion of 2D images to 3D has been for me always a favored aspect of stereography. It is invariably a source of great pleasure to see a 2D image come alive in 3D, especially if it could not be captured originally in 3D way. Examples are; a treasured family photo such as the final image of the WWII Flying Fortress Bomber and her crew before it was shot down (see book cover), a painting that you love, or a photo which you originally made in 2D and now wish was 3D.

Everyone who sees your stereos will be saying,

“How’d you do that?”

Table of Contents

2D to 3D Conversion Software
A New Technique
Acquiring the SPM Program for Free
Learning to Use SPM
2D to 3D Concept
Cloning with SPM
Loading the Original Image
Shift the Images to Create Depth
Using the Clone Brush
Final Steps
Additional Tips
Summary of Steps

BONUS Feature: The Stereo Photography Glossary is included, FREE

The purpose of this manual is to guide you through the process of using the simple tools in StereoPhoto Maker to perform fast, easy 2D to 3D conversions. Consequently, the more complex aspects and subtleties of manual 2D to 3D conversion are not explored, having been covered in detail in Mastering 2D to 3D Conversion.

This tutorial also contains extracts from two books; an extract from Super Stereo 3D, expanded and clarified with information found in the book, Mastering 2D to 3D Conversion.

If you ever had any desire to try your hand at converting a 2D image or photograph into a 3D stereogram, then here is your opportunity. This tutorial is an expanded and comprehensive explanation of the technique developed by Brian Wallace to exploit the cloning capability of the StereoPhoto Maker software to easily and quickly convert images to high quality 3D stereograms.

Arts & Entertainment
October 16
Michael Beech

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