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Subject: [Leica] IMGs: Yosemite - A stormy weekend
From: cummer at (H&ECummer)
Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2011 15:37:25 +0800
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Hi Bob,
So if you want to print the stitched photo at 300 dpi what size would  
you get?
An awed mind wants to know!
> Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2011 21:13:47 -0800 (PST)
> From: Bob Adler <rgacpa at>
> Subject: Re: [Leica] IMGs: Yosemite - A stormy weekend
> To: Leica Users Group <lug at>
> Thanks George!
> I move the back standard. Frame and focus with the back standard at  
> dead center,
> then move it down 25mm and over to the left 50mm. Then 5 shots  
> across, left to
> right (@ 25m increments), up 25mm and 5 shots across right to left,  
> then up 25mm
> more and 5 shots across again L to R. Lots of overlap which helps  
> CS5 stitch.
> The Mac Pro seems to handle it like a hot knife through butter. I  
> did however
> blow out a 32GB card as I bracketed each shot +/-  1stop as well as  
> took a Lens
> Calibration Correction shot for each position... 3 different series
> :-)
> The file is too big to save as a .tif or .psd; have to use this  
> thing in CS5
> called Large Document Format.
> It's when you start adding layers that all hell breaks loose.
> Thanks for the kind comments George. Glad you enjoyed,
> Bob
> Bob Adler
> Palo Alto, CA

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