If I've been a bit quiet over the last few days it's because I've finally been getting around to printing and framing a couple of my better photos.
Both these shots are from my Nikon D40 with Sigma 10-20 lens. Here's the links to where they are posted on AM3 if you want a closer look.
(the Aminus addresses seem to shift from day to day so if these links don't work try looking on my portfolio page)
Including a small white border to help with mounting & framing they are 28inches long each and 47 mega pixels for the bridge shot which I printed at 300 pixels per inch and 25 mega pixels for the one of the Pier which I tried at 240 pixels per inch to see what quality was like. Not bad from a cropped 6mp original file!
I bought stock frames and re-matted them myself to fit after buying some A0 sized white mat card and one of those special angled mat cutters.
I was really pleased with the quality especialy considering that I know nothing about upsizing or printing or framing. The printed upsized photos look just like the original image on my screen with the same colour and contrast with no artifacts that I could see.
There's a photo that I've posted here of a streetlamp and steps at night. It's one of my favourite photos with my new DSLR. I've submitted it for publication in JPG magazine. You can vote for it's inclusion if you can manage to get through the registration process
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