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Sunday, May 28, 2017

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Dresden-Schloss.and.Dom

Dresden, Germany

Content of the 26 Gigapixel Photo:

The photo was taken on the roof of the building "Haus der Presse" and starts at the left side with the Ostragehege. You can see the Congress Center and the Maritim Hotel rightwards. In the center is the city of Dresden with the famous Semperoper (back view), the castle and the Church of Our Lady. In the background is the television tower and you can identify outlines of the Saxon Switzerland. In the right part you can see the south of Dresden. The picture was made with the Canon 5D mark II and a 400mm-lens. It consists of 1.665 full format pictures with 21.4 megapixel, which was recorded by a photo-robot in 172 minutes. The converting of 102 GB raw data by a computer with a main memory cache of 48 GB and 16 processors took 94 hours. With a resolution of 297.500 x 87.500 pixel (26 gigapixel) the picture has been claimed to be one of the largest in the world.

dresden

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26 GigaPixel Panoramic View of Dresden

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Photoshop is considered one of the leaders in photo editing software. The software allows users to manipulate, crop, resize, and correct color on digital photos. The software is particularly popular amongst professional photographers.  One of Photoshop's most powerful capabilities is layers, which allows images to be rearranged under and over each other for placement.  

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flower gardens

A gardener’s dream vacation might just be traveling to and through the gardens of the world. Well, if we can’t do that, we can at least take seven minutes to sit back and enjoy this visual journey through some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. It’s a lot like window shopping too... lots of visual fodder to fuel the imagination on things we might be able to do with our own gardens and yards.

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crazy day photo 14

These photographs were captured during times of crisis. Unique moments in people's life that everyone would like to forget, but cameras were present in the right place at the right time to evidence these somewhat unusual happenings.