The most current CIGP poster.
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Look to the right for the order print tab. There a couple of ways to order a print of an image, check it out. You can also click here.
This photo is available:
Had a great meeting with GigaPan‘s Marketing team the other day. It’s going to be great having their help with additional research and CIGP marketing. Still working on financial funding and climbing safety gear specific to the project.
Last but not least….
I’ll be getting these fit at the Mountain Shop in Portland soon! I am excited to ride in comfort from this day forward.
Thank you all for your support!
The Columbia Icefield rests near the Big Bend above Kinbasket Lake and is one of two hydrological apexes (feeds into three water systems: Arctic, Pacific and Atlantic via Hudson Bay) ice sheets in the world. The second one is in Siberia. Since it is an apex and is already being currently studied by a scientific team led by Dr. Mike Demuth this area is a prime candidate for gigapixel image acquisition.
I will be conducting gigapixel test shoots on Mount Hood soon.
For additional info on the Icefield Studies:
I have just added a link to my new Gigapan page in order for you to properly view my current panoramic images and the ones I’ll be acquiring as the Columbia Icefield Gigapixel Project gets underway this Spring. The link to this page can be found on the right as well as in this post.
I recently heard about Promote through one of my photog buddies, Gavin, at a recent CIGP meeting with Gigapan’s Mike Franz. Gavin mentioned it stacks multiple focal planes of an image into one image and that Promote Control would be an excellent tool for making super crisp Gigapixel Panoramic Photographs.
Current Sponsor update:
I appreciate everyone’s willingness to support the Columbia Icefield Gigapixel Project, and my wife for putting up with my obsession with this Project.