A&P Rasterbating

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by dano, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. dano

    dano OT Supporter

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    Never done it before. :o

    I am finally moving out in fall and the apartment I'm moving into has huge walls in the bedrooms. I want to make one that I can be proud of.

    Ideally, I want it to be a picture that doesn't require you to focus on one part, but just the overall picture. I'm thinking like a landscape or cityscape shot. I want to be able to frame them since they would last a lot longer and I could always move it without the worry of damaging the pictures. Laser levels FTW.

    I've seen 11ty of them before, but do you any of guys have yours framed? I just want to see some examples so I know exactly what I want when the time comes.
     
  2. mojito

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    instead of the crappy normal way, do it yourself.

    Say you want to do a cityscape. take a long lens and take an image of each section. you end up with a actual high quality image without upsizing or having an image made of huge dots.
     
  3. dano

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    :eek3: You bring up a good point sir.

    Still, I want to see some framed just for ideas.
     
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    You should probably use a 3d head and pan around the pupil for that no?
     
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