Behind the print with a legendary National Geographic photographer
By The Editors
Reknown National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry talks about how he became a photographer, his passion for observing peoples and cultures, and the story behind his iconic 1984 National Geographic cover image, "Afghan Girl."
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Using a massive, new Polielettronica HD C-printer, Duggal Visual Solutions is producing jumbo-sized photographs with an apparent resolution of 6100 dpi
By David Schloss
Since the beginning of the medium, photographers have sought to make the largest possible sharp prints of their images. The image file size is often a limiting factor for print size. You can up-res a file with excellent results, but at a certain point the apparent resolution does break down. Today’s high-res cameras and, in particular, very high-resolution...