How do you cope with Reds in colour Anaglyphs, please?

Started 3 months ago | Questions thread
3D Gunner Regular Member • Posts: 494
Re: More info on Stereomaker...

tony brown wrote:

SPM helps to show me the subtle differences made by DuBois filtering. I used the matrix numbers from his page-

http://www.site.uottawa.ca/~edubois/anaglyph/

In it he links to his settings for several anaglyphs in SPM, including Amber/Green, which can be fed into SPM at 'Stereo/ColorAnaglyph/Optimized Anaglyph'. The results can be compared in SPM instantly with 'color(yellow/blue)' conversion. That comparison, suble though it is, can then be the basis of any relevant Photoshop tweaking, IMO.

Basically, I find Red/Cyan anaglyphs completely satisfactory for my monochrome architectural photos and ColorCode3D best for colour.

Thanks to all for your contributions.

So, I found Dubois Matrix to be an interesting option in some situations, but generally will lose some red and other color nuances.

I show you an example of very difficult anaglyph from a pair of images very rich in saturated colors.

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