Get 3D Glasses to View 3D Images in Books

In Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic Lumix LX5 and Photographer’s Guide to the Leica D-Lux 5, there are 3D  images created by the cameras that are the subjects of the books.  In order to view those images in three dimensions, you need a pair of conventional 3D glasses, which have a red filter over the left eye and a blue filter over the right eye. In both of those books, at page 222 (Lumix LX5) and page 219 (Leica D-Lux 5), I offer to send a free pair of cardboard 3D glasses to anyone who sends a self-addressed stamped envelope to White Knight Press.  Now I’m making the 3D glasses available to anyone who sends in a payment of one dollar (U.S. currency) by PayPal, and makes the request with that payment, because this method of requesting the glasses may be more convenient. In order to request the 3D glasses in this way, please use the PayPal button below:





 

 

2 thoughts on “Get 3D Glasses to View 3D Images in Books

    1. Alex White Post author

      Hi — Thanks for asking. The G12 is a great camera, but I have already contributed to a book about it as co-author with David Busch, so I can’t do one in my own series. That book is available at Amazon and in bookstores if you’re interested.

      –Alex

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