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by Mark Blum


Theenchanted islands of the Galpagos come to life in this breathtaking 3-D exploration of one of the most popular ecological travel destinations in the world. Hammerhead sharks, penguins, giant tortoises, dolphins, marine iguanas, and rays are among the amazing variety of creatures presented in up-close stereo photos, on land and underwater, along with stunning shots of the islands' most beautiful landscapes.

Galapagos in 3-D book. Theenchanted islands of the Galpagos come to life in this breathtaking 3-D exploration of one of the most popular ecological travel destinations in the world.

Author of Coral Reef (Eye to Eye), Coral reef, Beneath the sea in 3-D, Big trucks and diggers in 3-D, Galapagos in 3-D, Bugs in 3-D, Amphibians & Reptiles in 3-. September 2, 2008 History. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Coral Reef (Eye to Eye).

Mark Blum began taking 3-D photographs at age fifteen. After becoming a certified scuba diver he turned his eye to photographing marine life. With scuba gear and stereo photography equipment in tow, he has traveled to the Caribbean, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Fiji to create award-winning stereoscopic photographs.

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Place of Publication. Mark has written seven 3-D books, including Beneath the Sea in 3-D, Bugs in 3-D, Amphibians & Reptiles in 3-D, and Galapagos in 3-D (SP01 Adult). He makes his home on the Monterey Bay in California. Country of Publication.

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The enchanted islands of the Galàpagos come to life in this breathtaking 3-D exploration of one of the most popular ecological travel destinations in the world. Hammerhead sharks, penguins, giant tortoises, dolphins, marine iguanas, and rays are among the amazing variety of creatures presented in up-close stereo photos, on land and underwater, along with stunning shots of the islands' most beautiful landscapes. Sturdy 3-D lenses bound into the front cover, informative captions, a map, and a helpful glossary of terms make Galàpagos in 3-D a fun and fascinating look at the islands and wildlife studied by Darwin, taught in schools, and beloved by natural science enthusiasts of all ages.
Malodred
This series is plainly one of my all time favorites! All ages will love this book.
Explore the wildlife and landscape of the famous Galapagos islands, above and below the ocean's surface. Galapagos in 3-D is filled with beautiful photography with informative captions. But, if you have normal binocular depth perception, you will be absolutely blown away by the amazing 3-D stereo effect.
Mark Blum is certainly a leading practioner of the difficult art of stereo photography. He has designed and even built his own specialized cameras. He uses cameras capable of seeing the world from the perspective of a tiny shrimp, or giving the viewer a crystaline sense of depth in a vast scene of cactii spreading out to the horizon.
I am especially intrigued by the underwater stereo photographs. The book ends with a magnifacent shot of 2 hammerhead sharks surrounded by a huge shoal of creolefish. The depth effect is incredible!
I simply can't recommend Galapagos in 3-D highly enough! All of Mark Blum's books are superb!
kewdiepie
GALAPAGOS IN 3-D
Fabulous book with stereo 3-D photos!
I highly recommended this book for school children and adults alike.
I was introduced to the book by a friend and liked it so much that I sought out and bought all of the 3D books by Mark Blum. I find the price so reasonable that I've since bought more to give as gifts.
I enjoy looking at the 3-D photos even more than my seven year old boy so I already know several adults and children who will be getting this book as a gift.
The technical quality of the photos and printing of the books is very good. A magnifying, stereo viewer is built into a unique bi-fold cover of the book A little research showed that this idea is well over a hundred years old (like stereo photography) but I still find it very innovative because it is so rare and unusual.
The photographer has an inspired eye and top technical skill. Not to mention an amazingly adventurous job. The 3D photos make it easy to imagine yourself scuba diving under a school of hammer head sharks!
The writing accompanying each image adds to the photos with just the right amount of scientific and general information to serve both young and old reader. I like this book very much and I hope you find this review helpful. I recommend looking for the other 3-D books by Blum. They are all great!
Dugor
This was a gift and she was thrilled with it!
Fani
Worth every penny. Mark's photos are one of the few ways to appreciate the underwater and terrestrial landscape as close to real life as possible, without the hassles of separate glasses.
I felt I was back underwater with Mark's book. If these images moved, it would be more thrilling!
Qane
I thought I ordered a DVD in 3D on the Galapagos Islands. It was a book, much to my chagrin. It's still an interesting concept for a book, and I will give it to my grandson when I see him.
Runeshaper
You may get some funny looks as you stick your head into this book to look through the 3-D glasses, but it is well worth it! There are some remarkable photos; my favorites include the Marine Iguana, the Galapagos shark, and the Stone Scorpionfish (which looks like something from Star Wars). Mark Blum specializes in underwater stereo photography, and some of the underwater photos such as the seahare or spotted moray eel really pop out. There are also the Galapagos favorites such as Sally Light-Foot Crabs and Sea Lions. Only a few of the pictures did not work that well in 3-D, such as the brown pelican, or some of the habitat photos, but provided for well-rounded text. Associated with each of the 44 pictures is a useful paragraph that introduces the species or habitat. For example, I did not know that the sex of the Giant Tortoise offspring depended upon the temperature of the nest. A fun book for any age!
Kitaxe
The publisher has unfortunately tried to market these fabulous works as childrens books (not that they aren't wonderful for kids as well), but these photos are truely amazing both in the quality of the photography, but also in the presentation. They are printed on very high quality coated paper with a STURDY set of lenses built right into the hard cover, which allows you to view them in all their splendor without any additional equipment.
These are not red/blue lenses! The images are presented in true color stereo pairs and when viewed, merge into a single, dynamic 3D image - WOW! I can't say enough about the overall quality of viewing for ADULTS as well as children.
The price is another thing that confuses me. I don't know why these are so inexpensive? I urge anyone who loves nature to buy all of the books in this series!
Galapagos in 3-D ebook
Author:
Mark Blum
Category:
Science Nature & How It Works
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1317 kb
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Publisher:
Chronicle Books; First edition. edition (June 1, 2001)
Pages:
96 pages
Rating:
4.3
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