DigiTiler photographs are 10-times more realistic than today’s high end cameras. So what? Does anyone complain that the posters of fashion models are blurry? Or online photos dull? Of course not. But that’s only because they haven’t seen anything different. Most people just glance at today’s posters from far away.
Super high resolution images tell two stories at the same time, the story viewed at a distance, and the story viewed up close. At two feet, a bracelet on a model’s hand doesn’t look like a smudgy pastel, it looks 3D, as if you could touch it.
- 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.
A couple of robotic DigiTilers
Here is Mark Wylie using the DigiTiler to photograph model Fiona Lin
The images are here
DigiTilers are custom-built and start at $1,000, depending on the photographer’s needs. Here’s an article that explains the issues the DigiTiler tries to solve. Contact Max for more information.