How to Pick a Camera to Shoot Fullscreen Pictures

Posted by Jenny | Digital Photography,Full Screen Photos | Thursday 3 May 2012 11:39 pm

If you own a business and you will take your advertising campaign online, make sure that you arm yourself with the best images that can be posted online. Images sell, and the bigger and the higher the quality of these pictures the better. It is no longer just right to make use of verbal cues to get the attention of potential customers. Visuals that can complement the verbal elements of the campaign online are known to enhance the impact of an advertising campaign. When you initiate your campaign online through the help of visual elements, don’t just use any kind of pictures that are available. Make an effort to go full screen to maximize the benefits that can be delivered by pictures.

Full screen photos provider better information and details pop out of the screen, thus offering potential customers the chance to appreciate the products better. But how can you come up with better quality full screen pictures that can be posted on the web’s marketplace?
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400 Megapixel camera – a Working one

Posted by Jenny | Digital Photography | Saturday 4 February 2012 11:35 pm

While some guys just trying to build their 400 megapixel cameras with some cheap scanner bough on eBay plus some old 8×10 camera, two young Hungarian build their own, working, 400 megapixel camera. Although the new innovation costs a bit more than $250, it works perfectly and applicable to take aeriel photos from a moving airplane with an amazing 0.5 centimeter per pixel resolution.

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High Quality 360 Degree Panoramic Pictures with Tamaggo

Posted by Jenny | Digital Photography | Sunday 15 January 2012 11:20 pm

There’s a serious threat appeared to the traditional 62 degree view, traditional (35mm) cameras on CES (Consumer Electronics Show) this year. The Montreal based company introduced the first one-lick 360° camera. Tamaggo could drastically change our ideas about digital photography and imaging.

The new egg-shaped Tamaggo camera uses several lenses and automatic sensors that recognize the position of the device. The software created by an other Montreal company ImmerVision attaches the created images to gether to render a smooth, full panoramic image, that could be displayed with either the delivered application on your PC or with the free Tamaggo viewer directly on the internet. Although fullscreen presentation of Tamaggo pictures are actually not solved, the image quality is quite good forany HD displays.
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