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#1 Cesar Rubio

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 03:27 PM

This is how a good Stereographer starts...seeing his/her first 3-D images, and LOVE Them!

I started loving 3-D photos, when I saw my first 3-D View-Master reel when I was 12 years old, back in 1978.

Here my beloved David Rubio enjoying 3-D! ( and having a "3-D withdrawal", just like me when I could not get my hands in a View-master, I would invent just anything comparable, I even made one with cardboard and draw my own "reels"...;-) )


https://picasaweb.go...gCOH-0eip4b7fVw



Both of my two beautiful sons, David and Alexander Rubio (D&A Rubio) love 3-D movie in the Cinema and at home.

They both started watching Field-Sequential 3-D DVD's since they were very little, here are some:


http://www.amazon.co.../R1RADU948J0V2U


Now they have a proper 3-D HDTV where they watch newer Blu-ray 3-D discs!


http://www.amazon.co.../R1B6P3G55R0PK1



Cesar Rubio.
Wisconsin & L.A.
http://dna-rubio-3d.blogspot.com/
http://dnarubio3d.wordpress.com/
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