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    This one is reversed. While it's harder for me to "lock on" to the 3-D image, it is much easier to keep it in focus once locked.
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    Thank you, that's the effect I'm hoping to achieve.

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    What your referring to is call hyperstereo Photography. This is image separation that is further apart them normal 65mm eye separation.

    Here's a url: http://www.rmm3d.com/3d.encyclopedia/hyper.html

    Google Hyperstereo photography, you should find more links.

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    Setup for extreme-stereo images

    I could never get my mind to see the magic eye images I always had to rely on the ones with glasses. My brother has a nice collection of the older stereo grams with wooden viewer and glass lenses. Always great fun.

    If you have never seen the flickering animated 3d images they are a great way to show off scanned images on the computer. The NYPL has a great site called the stereograminator that allows the public to creat them from the thousands of scanned stereo images from their archives. If you take a look there you can get a good idea of what works in there stereo images. Many subjects need to be in the middle distance to have a pronounced effect.

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