www.greggcestaro.com Back out in the bush for some work in the hill country, plenty of landscape shots availed themselves.  Since it was so dramatic out there I decided to do some 3D photos and see how they worked. Like your eyes you take two photos of the same thing about 3 inches apart to give two separate images. Putting them side by side and using a little trick  (Parallel Viewing Method) you can see how spacious and cool things are. The first is of a creek bed with trees reflecting and grass growing in the water…many levels.  The second is three level Landscape that sweeps diagonally left to right. The third is a ridiculous effect of a small natural bridge over a spring only inches tall.  The fourth is a cave site, one of many we found on our research. 3D works on People, pets, architecture, anything.

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I am a Photographer Graphic Designer in Austin, Cedar Park, Texas. Clean, Colorful Fashion Editorial, Beauty, Style, Glamor, and Fine Art Best Describes My Style. Austin Fashion Week Awards Best Fashion Photo 2012 and 2013. Fashion Reportage for FashionablyAustin and StyleBeacon.
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