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Spada, the image has a lot of depth to it, but what is it in the image whose shape your fingertips can almost feel, while looking at it? The depth is mostly caused by perspective, DoF, and so on. The 3D look is something else.
There is a thread on 3D here, with a few good examples:
The first shot for me with some 3D is the soapy baby on page 2. Several of the others have a great sense of depth, but no feeling of 3D form. With the baby's head, I can almost feel the roundness. The girl's portraits by Frank Doorhof on page 8 are also not bad for 3D. You get a real sense of the curvature of her forehead in the first shot. Then again, that is medium format for you.
Another page with some good examples, this time Richard's B&W portraits with the Contax 35/1,4: