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Yes, Steve, proper stereo requires two good eyes and it helps if they are at least similar in terms of correction. I have had two friends over the years that were physically unable to see stereo but were still good photographers. It might even help since they saw things the way they look on a mono print while the rest of us might be fooled into thinking things would pop out of the background even if we did not separate them by lighting.
Doug, I read your article on using stereo microscopes from your home page.
I believe, to see the image in 3D you need to use both eyes.
But, would you still see the whole image with only one good eye?
ie you see the same image with one eye(minus the 3D image), as you would with both eyes?
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Dear sir, I cannot find your email address. I have a photo ofa Theodora coin that I could use some help with. I can find several that are "close...but no cigar" -as my husband says. Thank you S. Sheehy
my brother and i have to research on coins from long ago and this picture will do the trick
I discover that some comments posted here sat for several months without my ever visiting this inner page so I never replied. I suggest those with general ancient coin questions post them on this site. Many really knowledgeable people visit there:
You`r coin is Greek. On obverse is Appolo and hir lyra on obverse.I `ll be glad to tell You more but I need to see both sides. Olso I neeed dimensiones and weight too.
I have an ancient coin I'm trying to identify - it's very small (about half the size of a dime) with a head on one side and a lyre on the other. There are some letters that I can't quite make out on the side with the lyre. From what I've seen on my fairly fruitless internet search I would guess it's Greek. But what do I know? That's why I'm posting this message. Any help - or suggestions where I might find it - would be greatly appreciated. I'd be glad to send a photo.
I have a coin that was covered by minerals from ocean or so I am told.
I found one I your pages I think but it is NOT EXACT.
It appears BRONZE? I cannot find it anywhere on web.
Would you like a "Blurry" picture?
Ted: I go into some depth on my coin photos at
Doug, I'm very interested in how you produce such fine pictures especially those on a black background. I recently purchased a digital Cannon Rebel EOS that has a lot of resoution. It has a 28-55 lens. I'm not able to get as good as you. Do I have the correct equipment or do I have to get a different lens?
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