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    March 20, 2009
  • […] Photography blog. Very cool. I had to try this technique for making 3D photos. Here is how on Neil’s blog. I’ll let him explain how to take the photos by just shifting a few […]

    March 21, 2009
  • […] I learned this technique from Neil Creek on his blog here, http://www.neilcreek.com/blog/2009/03/20/kinglake-devastation-in… […]

    March 21, 2009
  • […] Creek has some more of his 3D images up on his blog. He always does a great job finding wonderful subjects for this type of photography. I do have to […]

    November 05, 2009
  • I can see 3D almost instantly as I have had a lot of experience. When installing nVidia display drivers the background is a whole lot of nvidia logos, you sort of stare in to the distance while waiting and all of a sudden the whole thing turns 3D. As well as that I have 3D vision on my PC about $1000.00 to set it up with a 120 hZ refresh rate monitor and the 3D nVidia glasses. Works absolutely perfect with most games. I saw Avatar in 3D yesterday and that was superb but I think my 3D on my PC is better.

    February 15, 2010
  • I should point out that my last post was about 3D… I acknowledge the devastation of the feb 09 fires and they were horrible to say the least. Under no way would I try and undermine the totally horrific events of that day. I cried as did any feeling Victorian at the images and videos that were unfolding. Kudos to the CFA and other authorities. The Black Saturday Royal commission while being necessary in my view was a bit of a witch hunt. 1. Yes it was helpfull in that measures and controls can be put in place to help avoid such a situation in the future. 2. All involved did their utmost and I heartily congratulate them all. I for one would never voluntarily to go into a wild storm like that (I,m a chicken) so those who did deserve a medal and much more. Thank you guys and please accept my deepest condolences to those who lost homes and loved ones.

    March 01, 2010

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