Pixel dimensions : 33966 x 15387 Megapixels : 522 Location : Page Arizona USA
This was a mile hike from the parking lot but the heat creeps up on you and makes it quite strenuous. Added to this I had heavy camera gear and my dog couldn't manage the walk back so I had to carry her, Nevertheless the reward is this stunning view that is so high up it is vertigo inducing which was not great considering the only way to get a clear shot was to be as far out on the edge as possible, The final shot was so high resolution that it took over 15 minutes to take of which I hated every second!Notes : Massive resolution, Very large format
Purchasing : Available online using steps below or contact us for licensing pricing
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HD Metal Prints
Printed directly to aluminium sheet using a heat infused dye sublimation process which results in slightly less definition than acrylic face mount.
Thinner side profile results in a less substantial look. Stunning, vibrant colors, extremely durable, fire and scratch resistant and 100+ year color stable.
Overall excellent more budget friendly choice for the float mounted contemporary glass look.
Printed to a fine art metallic photographic paper resulting in exceptional clarity and detailed together with shimmering reflective colors. Polished edges for
a great and substantial looking side profile. Less scratch resistant, 100+ year color stable. The ultimate contemporary glass like look.
Please choose size of finished piece (inches)
If you require a specific size not shown here we can usually achieve this by special cropping and resizing. Please contact us for details.
A note about DPI
You may have heard that you need to have at least 300dpi to print images sharply. This is not necessarily the case for large format photographs. Because
these images have been photographed in such a way as to have zero distortion, lens fringing or chromatic aboration there is more leeway in printing at a lesser DPI. In general, most photographs will look perfectly acceptable at 150DPI
however, our photographs will still look pin sharp at 150DPI and sometimes even down to 120DPI.
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