Printing does not have the range of blacks and colors that monitors use. Printed images are adjusted to match the canvas, polymer, paper and inks. Desired results, source images, and budget dictate the medium, process, size, permanence, and brilliance.
Wall murals of 45 feet long have been produced from some of these images. 3' x 5' posters look great. And canvas prints appear to be paintings except for the incredible detail. It is possible to wrap entire rooms with panoramic wall coverings with or without text or advertising.
These posted images were often shot, stitched and posted without any cropping, adjustments or delay and are "previews" of finished prints. Printing benefits greatly from finely adjusted colorspace, contrast, and image editing done for all finished works.
Cropping allows "snapshot" prints that use 95% or 10% of the image area for a print in a wide range of sizes. 300 pixels/inch is "standard high resolution printing" that make a 10,000 pixel wide image 33 inches wide that appears sharp from one foot away. A 30,000 pixel wide print can be a hundred inches wide and appear sharp from one foot away.
All of my prints are custom, but I do license images for architectural installations and mixed media applications. Large 3D panoramas are also available for digital backgrounds for cinema, advertising, and VR apps.
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Stereoscopic 3D of California and the Western US
Experimental gear is used to acquire unique perspectives. Viewing methods are also explored
Aspens, maples, golden grasses and evening light can all contribute to the warmth and hues of autumn
Hills are the large smooth rolling waves of California land. They can be thousands of feet high and not be called mountains, because we have the Sierra. Most people in California live around hills like these. Some of us shoot in our backyards and this is mine.
The Sierra is one solid piece of granite. This gallery is dedicated to seeing it from different perspectives
Chrome, horse power, glass, steel, and flaming paints. High school dream cars that came true.