Barry Rothstein  

A Rock in a Tidepool by Barry Rothstein

June 2022 - A Rock in a Tidepool

June 2022 - Barry Rothstein


June 2022 - Barry Rothstein


About the Image(s)

This is a phantogram of a rock in a tidepool. It was shot with a Fuji W3 using frame sides for phantogram processing.

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10 comments posted

David Allen   David Allen
WOW - a phantogram of a wet rock with lots of barnacles? on it. I'd still like to see no white lines between the images.   Posted: 06/12/2022 23:05:47
Barry Rothstein   Barry Rothstein
would you rather see black lines instead of white lines, or no lines? not sure how to take your comment   Posted: 06/13/2022 00:15:50

David Allen   David Allen
All the other images have black space between the images with a white dot above. Does Mohanan to that or SPM or ???. All looks fine as to photography -- I assume the white shells are barnacles.   Posted: 06/13/2022 12:25:09
Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
It is done by SPM. If LR/RL image is not provided, I open the member image in SPM and save in LR/RL option within the file size limit. Nothing else is done by me.   Posted: 06/13/2022 12:39:57
Barry Rothstein   Barry Rothstein
i'm responsible for the white borders. if black is preferable, no difficulty there   Posted: 06/13/2022 13:03:05
David Allen   David Allen
Black or white doesn't matter, the border just needs to be on all 4 sides.   Posted: 06/16/2022 22:38:18

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Good stereo image. The image is sharp and has nice depth. I too prefer border on all sides or no borders.   Posted: 06/19/2022 04:58:13

Signe Emmerich   Signe Emmerich
Love the rock with its interesting angles and colors but the barnacles are the cherry on top.

I wanted to ask about the frame you have used on some of your flower phantogram images in prior you have difficulty holding the frame around the subject while also holding the camera to take the picture or do you use a tripod in some situations?   Posted: 06/20/2022 21:55:56
Barry Rothstein   Barry Rothstein
I have a set of frame sides ranging in size from something like 8-1/2 x 11 down to something like 1-3/4 x 2-1/2, give or take. I made them from a wooden sheet with a laser cutter.

With the smallest four of these I hold the frame side in my left hand and my camera in right hand finger on the shutter.

In the rock shot shown here it the frame side was the largest of these and it lay on the ground. Sometimes the structure around a shot supports the frame, so I can have an easier time working the shot.   Posted: 06/20/2022 23:09:57

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
Excellent stereo of a rock and you have proved that good stereo images is everywhere. It looks like the head of a prehistoric animal coming out of the water with its eye at the top left and there appears to be another of the right hand side. This comment is made before I have had an alcoholic drink   Posted: 06/24/2022 15:32:41