For best results, use Red left/Green right 3D Glasses or eyepiece filters.

Do not use Red/Blue combination!

Due to the process used to create this image, Red/Blue filters may seem to work but are not nearly as dramatic as is the
effect from using Red/Green (assuming your monitor is correctly profiled). Focus may also be affected. If you do not
have Red/Green glasses, raid your equipment case for Red and Green eyepiece filters... the difference is worth it, trust

To check your 3D glasses or eyepiece filters for proper color match, move the Red filter over the image, noting that the
Blue/Green sections of the image disappear. Repeat using the Green or Blue filter. When the correct colored filters are
used, you should see no traces of Green or Blue with your left eye, and no Red with the right eye,.and the image should
appear to protrude from the screen. Move your head to the right, left, up, or down and the moon will appear to rotate!

The background starfield is used to create additional depth, and is from
my Canon DSLR M44 (Beehive Cluster) image.

Use <F11> key to view in full-screen mode.

3D transform done using
Adobe PhotoShop CS, with anaglyph rendering via Callipygian 3D Photo Editing Software

(using starfield background shift to increase perceived depth)