I’m pretty excited about the 50th anniversary today of Neil and Buzz taking those first steps on the moon ,so I want to share some of my photos of the space program.
I grew up vacationing in Cocoa Beach, right next to the launch site of Apollo 11. Some of my earliest memories are of visiting Kennedy Space Center and seeing the rockets at the visitors center. It’s always given me a sense of being able to touch history to visit there, and made what I saw in childhood picture books “real.”
That fascination has carried over into adult hood. For about a decade, I’ve been working on a project to capture the rockets and other artifacts of spaceflight with the expressive qualities and clarity that is possible in a fine art photograph.
The anniversary celebrations today seem an opportune time to share some of this work with a little more context. I hope you enjoy it and that it captures some of the wonder of that amazing adventure we started so many years ago.
How much print resolution will you gain using the new Sony A7RIV? This chart will give you an idea. Print height and width are listed across the top, and the columns show the ppi file possible from a specific megapixel sensor.
A quick look shows us The 61MP sensor of the Sony A7RIV lets you make a 20×30 with 316.8 ppi of data, a 51 ppi increase over a 42MP sensor at 265.8 ppi, or about a 19% increase. Both will make exceptional 20×30 prints, but the 61MP sensor will resolve more fine detail.
A few spots left for my printmaking workshop this weekend if you waited till the last minute. Sign up and learn how to make your prints with more depth, more tonality, and more richness. Watching youtube just shows you where the controls are, I’ll show you want to do with them to make your prints sing!