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Vincent Fournier

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Runtime - length of the film: 9m35s
Language: english
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Summary:

Vincent Fournier was born in Burkina Faso and resides in Paris. For 15 years he has been a photographer and transitioned from ad to art.

He documents and stages, with science as his main theme. Fournier incorporates humour and interpretation, for instance in a notional future, where humanoid robots have become common.

Film and technology influence his work, the latter of which he considers to be an optional tool.

3D Photography V

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Runtime - length of the film: 14m29s
Language: english
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Summary:

We live in a digital world! This film is where we look at how to manipulate 3D images on the computer. Here we see how to take our photo pairs and match them properly for display or for printing and mounting.

Thanks to technology we can make a pair for viewing as cross-eyed or parallel. We can make that same pair as analglyphen too. All is not so rosy when it comes to printing 3D images.

Andreas Fischer is here to explain from practical experience what problems to expect.

3D Photography IV

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Runtime - length of the film: 5m11s
Language: english
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On location near the Baltic Sea, Andreas Fischer is here to show us how to create 3D photos using two cameras.

This is the follow-up to the film using only one camera. After discussing various alternatives of mounting two cameras, he then demonstrates a self-made bracket with two cameras.

The importance of using 2 cameras of the same make and model is stressed. This is followed by a hands-on shooting with a model. Those who can already view 3D images will be able to preview the results. Those who can't need to see the film on viewing 3D images.

3D Photography III

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Runtime - length of the film: 6m09s
Language: english
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Summary:

In the world of 3D there isn't just one way to present or to view 3D images. Andreas Fischer is here to guide us through the myriad methods of the kinds of 3D images and how to view them.

In addition to discussing analglyphic and polarised images that are viewed with the aid of glasses, the cross-eyed and parallel viewing techniques are presented. These free viewing techniques are carefully explained with supporting graphics to get you up to speed.

This isn't magic, though it may seem like it, it takes concentration and practice.

3D Photography II

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Runtime - length of the film: 6m14s
Language: english
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3D Photography I

Summary:

This film deals with the creation of 3D images. In this part the techniques of using a single camera are addressed.

Andreas takes us step-by-step through the use of motifs and the best ways to shoot different situations. The still-life or the portrait technique do have some pitfalls, such as the use of flash. These are explained in detail with tips to insure good results.

There's even a demonstration of a hand-held 3D technique that you will definetly want to practice.

3D Photography I

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Runtime - length of the film: 5m54s
Language: english
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3D Photography II

Summary:

This is the introduction to a series of films dealing with the fascinating world of 3D Photography.

Our guide is Andreas Fischer from Lübeck Photo.com. Here he defines his program. The series will address both the making of and the viewing of 3D photographs. The techniques will be discussed and demonstrated in the films to follow.

So let this film be your invitation to 3D.