3D documentary film from the Attack Channel – Orcas of Punta Norte

Filmaciones 3 D en el Canal de Ataque - Orcas de Punta
During Orca season wildlife documentary film crews concentrate near the attack channel with the latest in technology. Some of them capture images in 3D, a system that, using two cameras, simultaneously captures images as perceived separately by the right and left eye.
Filmaciones 3 D en el Canal de Ataque - Orcas de Punta
Using different brands, formats and homebuilt camera combinations, where the application of creativity and technical understanding comes to the surface, amazing situations are captured in duplicate. Situations so unique like the intentional beaching behavior of the Orcas in Punta Norte. Filmaciones 3 D en el Canal de Ataque - Orcas de Punta
Filmaciones 3 D en el Canal de Ataque - Orcas de Punta Another technique used for the 3D effect is mounting together 2 small Sony video recorders, with the left one inverted to achieve the ideal distance between the two lenses. Human visual perception is contemplated as the distance between both eyes, which on average is 7,5cm. Filmaciones 3 D en el Canal de Ataque - Orcas de Punta The finished image is achieved through software editing, the most well-known and used by professionals being Final Cut Pro. This program allows for the unification of both images in a digital time line, creating a final production that, when projected onto a screen or special television and with the use of special glasses permits a greater, more complete perception, as if the spectator was protagonist in the unique natural event being observed. Ataque de orcas a lobos marinos en Punta Norte
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