New setting...

Photo taken by me with camera's 3D setting 5-3-16
@xstitcher (9894)
Petaluma, California
May 3, 2016 12:02pm CST
...well, not new, it's been there, but this morning I tried the "3D" setting on my camera. When I put it on, there was something on my camera screen that said something about taking two consecutive shots--so I did. I don't really see the "3D"-ness, but then thinking about it, I have monocular vision (my eyes see independently of each other--I can't watch 3D movies 'cause I can't focus with both eyes at once) so that may be part of it. In any case, I guess the above it still a good picture--3D or no 3D. ;)
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@Telynor (1117)
• United States
4 May 16
I am partially blind in one eye, so I understand your delimna about 3D movies -- I tried to watch one, and ended up with a roaring headache. I do like your photo -- looks like a Tropicana rose.
@xstitcher (9894)
• Petaluma, California
4 May 16
Yep--first time I tried to watch one--the roaring headache. ;( Not fun.
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@Telynor (1117)
• United States
4 May 16
@xstitcher Not at all fun. It's annoying, and destroyed the movie experience for me.
@JohnRoberts (38550)
• Los Angeles, California
3 May 16
That's not 3D but that flower sure pops.
@xstitcher (9894)
• Petaluma, California
3 May 16
Kay, guess I did it wrong. What's 3D supposed to look like--I guess, as though the flower were jumping out at you?