Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA  



September 2020 - Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA


September 2020 - Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA


About the Image(s)

Again I used the 2D-3D depth map; Naturally there are several layers; grass background, net, elephant, and tennis ball. I made the net in Photoshop.

5 comments posted

David Allen   David Allen
Interesting 2D - 3D job. The net looks flat as you used the same image for both views -- you could have stretched one side of the net a bit in PS to give it some depth. The ball really comes out of the screen. Was the ball a real 3D image or did you convert that? The elephant has depth, but I have hard time fusing all the parts of it's body, especially when I look at the image close up with my 3D shutter glasses.   Posted: 09/07/2020 17:22:29
Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
David, thanks for your comments, The elephant is a difficult subject. The ball is a real 3D image taken in my living room. I am going to try stretching the net to make it more 3D realistic.
I have an announcement to make. I have just published my new book on Amazon; titled; "3D PHOTOGRAPHY". If you have a chance to see the cover on Amazon, you will need your red/blue glasses.
You can search, Muskovac books, on Amazon.   Posted: 09/12/2020 12:27:19

Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
At first I also had difficulty with fusing te parts of the image ut when it popped - what a fun image.   Posted: 09/13/2020 12:34:12

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Nice composite image. The image is sharp, have nice light and composition. You have done a good conversion to 3D. The bottom portions of the legs and right ear of the elephant needs some 3D correction. The rest, to me, looks excellent. Good job.   Posted: 09/13/2020 14:00:24

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
Your technical skill comes through with this image. I do like the inclusion of the elephant as the player. Great fun   Posted: 09/22/2020 15:33:39


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