Stereographic anaglyph from shift-lens

In thinking about camera arrays, integral photography, and light fields, I began to see the similarities between stereographic photos and those from an array of cameras (or a single camera occupying multiple positions at different times). What sort of depth can be achieved by a moving lens over a stationary sensor? A fair amount, for distances at which the object distance is not >> than the inter-aperture distance between lens positions. The result is below: you’ll need a red/blue pair of filters or glasses to view it. Tilt-(shift) stereograph

A perspective control lens like the one used here is typically used to straighten the “vanishing lines” of tall buildings or features without wasting sensor/film space, and generally for perspective control. The lens I used here was a 35mm f/2.8 Canon FD tilt-shift lens on a Nikon D5100 with a Fotodiox mount/infinity correction adapter, the images were separated by ten lateral ticks as marked on the lens body (these appear to be about a millimetre, but are not labeled). The object distance was approximately ten cm.

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