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"Mount Everest, in two billion pixels"
Jim Colburn, Photographer
Omaha | NE | USA | Posted: 6:51 PM on 12.18.12
->> Très Grande!
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Dustin Bradford, Photographer, Photo Editor
Denver | CO | USA | Posted: 9:26 PM on 12.18.12
->> Jim - thanks for sharing this. I love the detail of base camp. Incredible.
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Jack Howard, Photographer, Photo Editor
Central Jersey | NJ | USA | Posted: 9:24 AM on 12.19.12
->> Some of the technicals and background on Brashear's High Glaciers project, from my friend and fellow Rocky Nook author Christian Bloch.

So, just so you know, HDRI plays a significant role in this project. It's usually a polarizing issue, but here, I think, is an example that can make many photographers think twice both about the technical process and the creative and documentary potentials of the multi-image process to capture more detail in exceedingly high contrast scenes.
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Gregory Greene, Photographer
Durham | NH | USA | Posted: 1:18 PM on 12.21.12
->> Really is an amazing piece of work. Incredible detail.
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Nick Turchiaro, Photographer
Brampton | Ontario | Canada | Posted: 1:42 PM on 12.21.12
->> That is simply Awesome!!!
A fantastic job at capturing the true ferociousness of Mount Everest.
Thank you for sharing.
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Corey Perrine, Photographer
Naples | FL | USA | Posted: 1:56 PM on 12.21.12
->> Cool factor indeed. Thanks for sharing.

From the Washington Post -- "CORRECTION: The original headline on this post incorrectly said that the resolution of the image was 2 billion pixels. According to a clarification by GlacierWorks, the final pixel count of the completed image comes to 120,000 x 31,840 pixels, which yields a total of 3,820,800,000, or about 3.8 billion. The new headline reflects the change."
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