Why Super Res?

DigiTiler photographs are 10-times more detailed than today’s high end cameras.

So what? Does anyone complain that on 5th Avenue, the posters of fashion models are blurry? Or online photos dull? Of course not. The clarity of any photograph is relative to the photo next to it.   If you print a typical image to 4 by 6 feet say, and you stand back 20 feet, can you see the difference between that and one of our 500 megapixel images?  Probably not.  However, most posters are not roped off at 20 feet.  Most photographs can be viewed up close, and when they are, they look dull.

Our photographs look INCREDIBLE wherever the viewer wants to stand.  Our super high resolution images tell two stories at the same time, the story viewed at a distance, and the story viewed up close.   In a sense, we help out clients engage the viewer everywhere from 20 feet to two feet.  At two feet, the bracelet on the model’s hand doesn’t look like a smudgy pastel, it looks 3D, as if you could touch it.

Our photos deliver:

  • Large finer-detail and color rich posters that get noticed
  • On-line deep-zoom explorations of a product’s best details
  • Better reference images for your R&D, or design team.

Here is Mark Wylie using the DigiTiler to photograph model Fiona Lin

The images are here

Technical info?…

Here are a couple of zoom-ins comparing the DigiTiler with a Sony A7r, one the highest resolution cameras available.  You can zoom into these images side by side here.

See for yourself if our photography can help you better engage your customers.  

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Digitiler on Graflex 4×5 with 210mm lens at f22

Sony A7r with Zeiss 55mm at f7.1