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Chapter 11. Motion Control 2D and 3D > Expanding Photos into the Third Dimensio...

Expanding Photos into the Third Dimension

Now that you’ve explored the use of simulated zooms and pans, it’s time to graduate to a real 3D camera. In this section we’ll build on your existing knowledge as well as the material covered in Chapter 8, “Designing and Working in 3D.” Here we’ll explore specific techniques that relate to motion control 3D projects.

Determining Captured Perspective

Take a close look at your photo and try to identify different areas of depth. Be sure to identify a minimum of two planes in your photo. For the best results, however, you’ll want to look for three planes: foreground, subject, and background (Figure 11.19).


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