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Posts Tagged ‘CIGP’
I just created a permanent Page on my site for the CIGP 2013 Annual Newsletter. However, it’s slightly different than the one that I sent in emails and posted JPGs of the PDF files earlier. This one will gradually grow with media content as it is developed during the Winter. Also, the image quality is better than the JPG post earlier. Please check back for continued enhancements of the Newsletter page. I will also do my best to make a blog post whenever I update that page.
For those of you who caught the Panographers episode, I apologize for the technical difficulties that chopped up my presentation.
Please remember you can custom order prints by contacting me directly. The base price for panoramic prints is $45. The base price for metal and Plywerk prints is $100. Shipping is determined on a case by case basis.
I was recently and pleasantly surprised by a customer’s comment after a holiday print purchase:
It came with a white boarder. It was just perfect! I sent it in for a custom frame already and it’s scheduled to be done a couple days before Christmas and I even made room for a name plate listing you as the photographer and name of the print I’m super excited to get it back! I’ll send you a copy of the completed project in a couple weeksThanks again for all your help in making this gift possible.-Rechelle
However, if you want to directly support the CIGP you can also send funds directly to be used specifically for image acquisition this next year.
Here’s a vertical slice of the larger Athabasca Pano from last June highlighting the two climbers on Mount Athabasca.
This post is mainly a test for some new IFTTT settings.
Contact me directly to order any prints.
The joy of shooting Gigapixel Imagery is going back through the files and finding little landscape images that perform well outside the much larger pano.
Here’s a link to the GigaPan version. It still has stitching errors where the mountain’s meet the sky. Due to the lack of motivation to make this one exact. The main glacier below is stitched well, but from an artistic perspective this pano won’t do well as a print. Next year I’ll get a wider field of view. The inconsistent sun and rain cut this pano short. So I focused purely on a scientific capture.
I’ve also added videos to my two accounts below, the vimeo has more content than the youtube. Down the road I plan to feed both simultaneously.