3D Butterfly Jungle

No tricks of Photoshop here. A just by chance combination of depth of field and the angle the butterfly is positioned, and perhaps its dark colouration, gives a three-dimensional impression to this image. I think it does, anyhow. Can anybody else see this, or it just me?

Photograph of Peacock (Inachis io) butterfly, taken August 2007, rear garden, Staffordshire. © Pete Hillman 2007. Camera used Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W1.

4 thoughts on “3D Butterfly Jungle

  1. Yes, I agree it seems everything came together to give a really nice 3D impression. I used to run across this many years ago when shoot Kodachrome slide film indoors with a flash. It occurred mostly with dark red objects. I think the combination of background separation due to depth of field and contrast are responsible. It was always a pleasant surprise because I was never trying for a 3D effect.

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