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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    `Peter A .... you do realise a 60inch tv has less resolution than a 30 inch Mac Cinema display?

    TV = 1920 x 1080 pixels

    30 inch computer display = 2560 x 1600

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    This is the most awesome thread I have seen here. Let all the pixels coming. I hope even full sized images from small sensor cameras (GX200) are allowed here.


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    Wet Feet - Mine and the tripod for this image taken with the Canon 5DII and TS-E 24 3.5II. Reduced 50%. Two image stitch.

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    H4D-60, 80mm, cropped, converted to B&W by CS4
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    Canon EF TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II on the G1-IR. Single frame at 50%.

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    | views of wales | elmarit 1:2.8/24mm asph |



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    Empty farmers market. Rolleiflex 2.8F, Kodak Extar 100, SilverEfex pro B&W conversion of Nikon 9000 4000dpi scan. This image is reduced to 25% of the original 78 MP file.

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    Well, not exactly huge but 1:1 (100%) crop from the tiny Sigma DP2s.

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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Time to update the HUGE images thread? :-)

    This one is not really huge, but it's longer on one side than I normally post. The 20th image taken (in 2008) with my one and only MFD camera.

    Hasselbald 503CWD, CFV-16 II, 40mm CFE IF lens....severe crop from the original square image.

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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Some very cool stuff here!
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    Don't know if it qualifies as huge, and the small size here doesn't really do it justice. It may be one of my first printing projects when I get an Epson 7900 (or 9900, still on the fence). Stitch of four shots taken with the Sony A850 and CZ Planar 85. Just over 60MP.

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    Jan - excellent shot! I love this image, particularly as I know what it takes sometimes to get a great set of long exposures up there when the wind is blowing!
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    Thanks bud!

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    A shot from home of Mt Hood.

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    Re: Fun with HUGE images (any camera). WARNING:Very Large files posted here!

    Here are four panos taken today with the NEX5-N IR using a Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar. The scenes were at a local vineyard and there was no snow despite appearance The images were processed in C1 and CS5 (using Jack's IR actions) and exported as 50% jpegs.








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