Sunday, May 15, 2005

Calypso's scanning

Recently I joined DISIG; a group interested in digital imaging.
In one of the monthly meetings, Joe Levine of Calypso visited.

Although I couldn't make it to the meeting that day,
I was kindly sent the free print offer of one 35mm slide/digital image.

This is where late Galen Rowell used to get his prints, so obviously I was very excited about this.

I readily took one of my recent slide. I am very pleased with the quality of the output,
a 35 mega pixel image from 100MB drum scan and a 11 x 14 print.

Here's the shot I got done. It's the cascade range over Orgeon, shot from the flight.
Color output is very close to as seen on the slide.

The only bad thing happened is that I broke the glass in the frame trying to put this picture in it. :(


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hows it going Durgi? It's been a long while since I've made it to your blog, and I apologize for that. It looks like you are really on a roll with your pictures. Hows the D2H treating you?

I've moved my blog and separated them into film & digital shots. It seems I'm shooting more film than digital lately.

I'm going to take some time & browse the archives & try to catch up on your photography.

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! This is fantastic. I always love seeing layers like this - just have not captured any. Beautiful

5:03 PM  

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