New to 3D Stills
Welcome to StereoPhotography!
Yes you can bring the objects "closer". And it can be done by cropping.
As mentioned, StereoPhotoMaker freeware (windows only) is a highly developed program for dealing with all aspects of StereoPhotography. I highly recomment you download it.
Open you image pair in StereoPhotoMaker, then hit F2 which will zoom in in steps to get an idea what cropping will do for you. You can scroll around the zoomed image with the mouse.
Stereophotomaker will also crop your pairs identically left and right, as well as set the "stereo window" (do you know what that is?) easily.
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