Sunday, August 20, 2006

Gigapxl Project

Most of us have digital cameras that take photos in the range of around 3 to 5 megapixel capacity. Now a GIGABYTE camera has been developed. Not only does this site show off the detail this camera can achieve, but it does it through a series of beautiful photos, taken in different locations here in the states. The gallery alone is worth a look-see!

Click on: Gigapxl Gallery

Below is a shot from the site of the Lake Superior coastline, but on the website, a set of increasing closeups are shown that let you see the incredible detail in the photo: (Click to enlarge)

11 comments:

Michael Parker said...

A great site! Fantastic digital photos. THanks for sharing this.

Pris said...

Isn't it super??

Plus Ultra said...

Yes and yes again...

Pris said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

J.B. Rowell said...

Gorgeous!!!

Pris said...

Thanks, Julia...it's good to see you!

Pat Paulk said...

Cool pics!! Problem for me is learning how to use the one I have!

Pris said...

I know~ Photography was my hobby, but I was used to a regular camera...started with an old Nikon and hand held meter, so I know the basic photog type stuff, but i'm still learning my digital!

polona said...

wow, these are quite amazing!

tom said...

ah, the big lake! yes. prettier over here in the Keweenaw and our's doesn't fall apart like miner's castle did earlier this year - ( i believe that is miner's castle in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore by Munising)

it is a beautiful picture.

tom (who from where he works can see Superior through the trees)

Pris said...

Oh, Tom..what a great location for you to work in!