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3DD: A 3-D Celebration of Breasts Hardcover – September 14, 2010

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"Mankind's fascination with breasts is as old as time eternal. Mankind's fascination with 3D? That may be more recent, but its still pretty compelling. Now imagine if you could combine the powers of breasts and 3D technology. ... Henry Hargreaves is the genius behind 3DD, a delicious book of 3D photos of topless women (complimentary anaglyph glasses included)."
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 84 pages
  • Publisher: Seven Footer Press (September 14, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1934734802
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934734803
  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 10.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #665,740 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Music Lover on December 29, 2010
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This book was a total disappointment. The concept is cool, but as another reviewer pointed out the book has only two photos that actually appear somewhat 3D to the viewer. Hard to believe this book went to press as such a piece of garbage.

It's just a really poor attempt at creating a 3D photo book. And don't be fooled by the hot cover either, it's misleading. The cover has the sexiest photo of the book - the rest of the photos show only the models in different poses with their breasts exposed from the neck down (no faces at all beyond the cover). But you can't even try and appreciate the photos anyway, because as another reviewer pointed out, they're obscured with or without the 3D glasses on and just look like two of the same image slightly offset on top of each other in a failed attempt to create a low tech 3D experience for the viewer.
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When the main attraction of this product is 3D (and boobs) you would expect 3D. Unfortunately most of this book is blurry. I would say that 90% of the book is in fact not 3D but two images blurred together, one red one blue. Even when you know you are looking at a pair of breasts it is hard to tell what is going on. I saw maybe two pictures that actually looked good and in focus. I am really surprised this made it to market, it only takes one look to see that it needs a lot of work. Oh well, hopefully someone figures out how to do this properly as the idea is great! This is a definite return.
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Being a BIG fan of 3D photography, comics and movies, I had to get this book for my collection. Was it worth the price? Yes and no. On the positive side, it is beautifully bound in a hardcover format and nearly all of the models within are very attractive. On the negative side, you get a set of cheap paper anaglyphic (red/cyan) glasses and nearly half of the images within are poorly done in 3D. A lot were improperly converted from their original side-by-side images, making them hard on the eyes or show very little depth. Others have their convergence (the separation of the red and cyan layers) so skewed that they hurt the picture more than help it. Forget about good 3D with those. Out of 80 photos, only around 16 are of excellent 3D quality, but most of those still have ghosting issues due to slightly misaligned areas in the shots. If you are a fan of dimensional art, especially nude photography, then this is a decent book to have for your archive. It could have been 100% better if the photographer, Henry Hargreaves, had put more effort into making sure each shot was as perfect as could be in 3D ~before~ publishing the book. I create anaglyphic photos with my Sony Cybershot DSC-W120 digital camera, using it to make side-by-side images by just gently shifting to the right a bit for that one. Then, I use the great Stereo Photo Maker to combine the two shots into one and adjust the convergence for excellent 3D. It doesn't look like Hargreaves adjusted his images in the book much; some, not at all. The second image displayed in the book is totally 2D, though done in anaglyph. In short, he used the same image for both the left and right views, which isn't going to work for depth.
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Loved the idea. 3D breasts. Yes. I'm a guy who loves beautiful women.
I also work in the 3D stereoscopic industry, so this was such a cool idea. But most of the photos are just bad. They're extremely hard on your eyes to look at, and in no way are they 3D anaglyph photos. Most likely offset and turned red or blue.
The autho/photograpger should take a look at Helmut Newtons work of Nudes, then get some real experience shooting for anaglyph. then make a new book and give all of us who bought this one a free copy.
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I bought the book from Amazon.com thinking I would save money. I didn't realize the book only comes with the paper framed, 3d glasses. If you buy the book from 3-dd.com, you pay more but you get the better quality, plastic framed 3d glasses for free. I ended up ordering the glasses from 3-dd.com so when all was said and done, I ended up paying between the two orders the same amount I would've paid if I ordered the book from 3-dd.com.
I love the book though. It's awesome.
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By Mr Mach5 on October 20, 2013
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Overall the book was okay and it was what I expected. I love photography as a hobby and I really love anaglyph 3D photography.
The most of the anaglyph 3D photos worked well. The biggest problem I had with the book was most of the photos were the same. I would have liked a little variation. I know what the author was going for with this project but a little variation with the model possess would have gone a long way. Not a perfect book but okay for what it is.
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I collect 3D books and take 3D photos. This book has really serious problems in three main areas:

- Some of the photos are not aligned properly, making it hard to fuse the images and see them as 3D. Ten years ago, this would be understandable, but good digital alignment is easy and automatic now.

- Many of the photos are printed "pseudo" where the left image is being sent to the right eye and vice versa. The simple test is to turn the glasses upside down or inside out so the blue and red lenses are swapped. If the image looks correct, it's been printed pseudo. About a quarter of the images in the book are printed this way. Very sloppy.

- The match of the printing with the glasses is not good, leading to excessive ghosting.

All that said, there are some striking images, and some are quite good. So all in all, the photography is fine, but the 3D elements are very, very poorly done. Unless you are an obsessive 3D book collector like me, I'd give it a miss. If you do get it, be sure to try the glasses both ways (red-left versus blue-left) for each image. That helps a lot.
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