72 inches of San Francisco

Hello! Pardon the absence. Sometimes things get very busy, which is good. But value and convenience is what I have promised, so here’s the latest serving.

I’m calling this my masterwork, and this tiny blog format doesn’t do it justice:

It’s the San Francisco bay, stitched together via three 39-megapixel shots. The finished file weighs in at 1.33 GB and prints out to 72″ x 20″.

The depth is incredible. Look at the detail on this docked ship, just below Alcatraz:

┬áNow that’s what proper technique can get you.

OK, seriously. There is some nice detail in there.

 

About ethan

A Los Angeles-based commercial photographer shooting advertising and editorial imagery for local, national and international clients.
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2 Responses to 72 inches of San Francisco

  1. max says:

    damn, man. compositing like that is no easy task. well done. you should post highly pixelated versions of all your photos. for the ethan pines aficionado who wants to get up close and personal with their favorite shots. fun fact: that’s the same boat ethan used to escape from the rock in 1959.

  2. ethan says:

    Thanks, Max. I had the same idea and am starting a pixelated-to-the-point-of-Legos series. Another fun fact: the weather in San Francisco is great every time I’m up there. I’m starting to think its reputation as cloudy is just meant to keep everyone else away.

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