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#1 Cesar Rubio

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Posted 27 September 2011 - 07:59 PM

Here is an interesting article about 3-D hand held shooting:

http://steadi3d.com/.../#comment-12695

It made me think.

Another thing to consider (besides the ones that Pedro mentions ) is how to maintain PERFECT horizontal alignment when shooting hand held 3-D.
I remember seen the extra footage (behind the scenes) on the Transitions 3-D DVD. It was a challenge to keep the IMAX 3-D camera aligned when they were recording on the back of a truck!

http://www.razor3don...nsitions3d.html

Those IMAX 3-D veteran guys have more experience in 3-D, than most of us that are relatively new to 3-D...

Cesar Rubio.
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