Here are a bunch of twin rig stereos from within and around one of my neighborhood parks. This rig has a sliding rail, so some of the similar shots here are at contrasting depths: the first shot of the bench is deeper and features some experimental framing; the first shot of the tree with red leaves is deeper. The ‘Parade Ground’ sign and the following shot have directly opposite viewpoints.
The anaglyphs here are all color-customized, to reduce rivalry but still convey the sense of the original color, and most have optimized convergence points and asymmetrical framing. For the red trees, there was no good color anaglyph option, but I made the grayscale anaglyphs by custom-mixing color channels, in order to capture the variety of the leaf color palette.
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