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Katsucon 2017
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Katsucon 2017 by David Martin Username:Nikonomicon User-ID:75831
Shot this from my room. Always wanted to try a pic like this--would be even better if it was posed. Ignore the ghost artifacts--if I was doing this professionally, I would mask all the places where things moved during the process but this pic is just for fun.
28,925 x 17,167 = 0.46 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 0 Explore Score: ID:196174

landscape photography
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landscape photography by Username:grandmasterbuilder User-ID:55412
landscape photography if atlantic city and New york
12,217 x 6,737 = 0.08 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 8 Explore Score: ID:196172

Stamp World
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Stamp World by Adrian Loch Username:Adrovsky User-ID:117243
A map of the world formed by hundreds of mail stamps
19,952 x 9,890 = 0.18 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 8 Explore Score: ID:196168

Perumal Temple Gopuram
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Perumal Temple Gopuram by MP Narayanachar Username:mpnchar User-ID:31007
The Gopuram of Sri Perumal Temple Singapore
30,396 x 47,492 = 1.34 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 14 Explore Score: ID:196167

ArtIstanbul Fotoğraf & Cafe -2
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ArtIstanbul Fotoğraf & Cafe -2 by Bulent Kahraman Username:BulKa User-ID:74746
HDR Panorama created from 3x66 total 198 vertical frames taken handheld with Canon 5DSR + EF50mm f/1.2L stitched in APG with Plannar method
33,668 x 43,651 = 1.37 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 32 Explore Score: ID:196166

Art Istanbul Fotoğraf & Cafe
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Art Istanbul Fotoğraf & Cafe by Bulent Kahraman Username:BulKa User-ID:74746
Panorama created from 58 vertical frames taken handheld with Canon 5DSR + EF50mmf/1.2 stitched in APG with Plannar method
35,830 x 53,337 = 1.78 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-19T views: 42 Explore Score: ID:196165

Seal Beach, CA in March of 2014
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Seal Beach, CA in March of 2014 by Guy Loughridge Username:guylough User-ID:64779
This is Seal Beach in California. People are enjoing the sun, sun bathing, swimming, walking the beach, kite flying and playing in the sand.
14,025 x 6,635 = 0.09 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-18T views: 49 Explore Score: 111 ID:196162

Cedar City Red Hill
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Cedar City Red Hill by Alisa Petersen Username:alisapetersen User-ID:116540
Looking toward the west mountains in Cedar City, Utah.
11,680 x 6,528 = 0.07 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-18T views: 17 Explore Score: 106.7 ID:196160

Hunting State Beach and Power Plant
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Hunting State Beach and Power Plant by Guy Loughridge Username:guylough User-ID:64779
It's cold in January here at Huntington Beach State Park.
78,544 x 5,903 = 0.43 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-18T views: 54 Explore Score: 112.85 ID:196158

This is not HDR - Morning Fog hangs over Corona Del Mar
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This is not HDR - Morning Fog hangs over Corona Del Mar by Guy Loughridge Username:guylough User-ID:64779
To say it again... this is not HDR. . All of this was accomplished directly from the raw image. This is a panorama stitched from only four images (left to right). The color depth, dynamic range and tonal qualities of this digital back is what makes it so impressive. No HDR effects were used. . F11, 60 second exposure, ISO 140 . This a an early morning panorama that shows the jetti / harbor entrance to Newport Harbor in California. This was shot from the Resort at Pelican Hill. Straight ahead is the golf course and the Pacific Ocean. . I used a medium format digital back that is made by PhaseOne. It is an IQ260, which is a 60 megapixel digital back. While this back is normally used on a PhaseOne camera system, I instead mounted the back on the Area-Swiss. The lens used is a Schneider 72mm copal lens. . This image uses only 4 images to make up the panorama. The PhaseOne digital back has impressive dynamic range and flawless color. Yes, I toned the image... I added a minor saturation boost, I reduced the highlights and I boosted the shadows. Next I adjusted the white balance. That was more challenging due to the strong night sky colors combined with dealing with the artificial light on the closer buildings. The lights on the buildings were casting a powerful yellow light on the plaster walls. So I desaturated these colors slightly.
21,905 x 6,275 = 0.13 Gigapixels
taken 2017-02-18T views: 72 Explore Score: 116 ID:196156


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