GraphicRiver 3D Stereoscopic Maker Adobe Photoshop Action 103562
Add-on \ Photoshop
Stereoscopic \ Photography \ Effect \ Anaglyph \ Effects
Add-on - 3D Stereoscopic Maker Adobe Photoshop Action 103562 by AndreyUsa @ GraphicRiver
Add-on \ Photoshop
Add-on Files Included: Photoshop ATN; Minimum Adobe CS Version: CS.
3D Stereoscopic Maker – Adobe Photoshop Action
Created in Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS3 – Tested – Working
Adobe Photoshop CS2 – Tested – Working
Adobe Photoshop CS – Not Tested – Should be Working
What is it for??
This action creates 3D Stereoscopic images out of 2 pictures
You will need a pair of anaglyph glasses to see 3D stereoscopic effect (Glasses with Red and Cyan Lenses)
You can find glasses at Amazon.com between $2.00 and $7.00 per pair (plus shipping and handling)
(I’m not assosiated with any glass selling enterprise)
Please see the guide how to take anaglyph photos
What will you get with the file.
1. Adobe Photoshop Action
2. Instructions how to install action, how to take anaglyph photos and how to use an action
How to use action.
1. Open Photoshop
2. Drag and drop any 2 images that you took (please see the instruction how to take images to use as “anaglyph images”)
3. Run 3D Stereoscopic Maker (just click play button)
4. After the action will perform operations you will have.
Folder 1 – Group 1 – Three layers with different depth of field (in this group you are going to see the result for images taken from Right to Left)
Folder 2 – Group 2 – Three layers with different depth of field (in this group you are going to see the result for images taken from Left to Right)
Folder 3 – Original two photos
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Keywords: 3d, 3d, anaglyph, effect, effects, photography, stereoscopic.