Kruidwisch Zwolle (360 °)   5382
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Location: Goertjesweg 5 Zwolle (1 m)      by: Arjan Veldhuis
Area: Netherlands      Date: augustus 2018
Use an anaglyph (red / cyan) glasses to take this 360 degree photo to view in 3D.


Doepark Nooterhof is a park on the outskirts of the city, where a number of environmental activities have their place. The park has a bird forest, there are demonstration and educational gardens and special courtyards for wheelchair users and blind people. The Nooter Hof also has the Kruidwisch center, where Zwolle's environmental organizations are housed who provide information and information. More than eighty volunteers participate in garden maintenance, activities for visitors and refurbishment work. With some regularity there are also fun and educational green activities for children and their parents and / or teachers.

Camera: Belplasca stereo camera (1955) with Carl Zeiss lens

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A very interesting technique. How do you get the pictures from the Belplasca digital?
2019/11/19 20:00 , Werner Schelberger
Best Werner
I scan the film with a high-resolution slide scanner (make anaglyphs of this with Anaglyp Maker) and then edit with PanoramaStudio. Greetings, Arjan
2019/11/20 11:04 , Arjan Veldhuis
In fact an exciting project with a very interesting camera "from the fathers days"! Here is an interesting link - but only in German:

http://www.stereoskopie.com/Stereofotografie/Uber_die_Belplasca__W__Pietsch/body_uber_die_belplasca__w__pietsch.html

It reminds me a bit of the 70s, when I took my first pictures with a Kodak Retina - my fathers' camera from the end of the 50s with a Schneider-Kreuznach 45mm lens. Of course, the result with modern cameras will be a better one, but your commitment and presentation are worth, to rate your work!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2019/11/22 12:25 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Great project. Still no tripod, even indoors? Cheers, Martin
2019/11/22 19:47 , Martin Kraus
Belplasca on a small table!
Gr. Arjan
2019/11/23 12:34 , Arjan Veldhuis

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