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Just saw this offered! I think SBS or someone will have them soon (I don't sell them so no flaming please)
They look awesome, I used to sell them years ago so I'm still on the mailing list...
That looks pretty awesome. I have the MSU panoramic of an Illinois game during the JLS era. I'm sure it was a loss.
That looks awesome. How much will the print be, do you know?
The prints are $30.
Framed $90 or $200 (as shown in pic).
This post was edited by NigelUno 19 months ago
If it was homecoming 2005, it was indeed an embarrassing loss.
It must be 2005 since it has the has the new press box and suites in the picture.
Just wish the field wasn't curved in the photo like an orange slice.
The infamous slap game
MSU played at Illinois in 2005, I believe...they killed them and the coaches yelled at the former MSU coach on the way to the tunnel after the game.
JLS used predictive analytics to come to the conclusion that he must slap himself in the face at a post game presser in 2005 for an event that was going to happen against ND in 2006.
You are correct. Must be the 2006 game, which we lost.
Would be better from the other side so that the Spartan at midfield was facing you.
There's a time and a place for everything and it's called college.
But the other side doesn't have the large renovation.
That's why both sides need it!
Yeah, the one I'm thinking of was when they won on a field goal at the end... It was the Illini's first Big Ten win in years, and they planted their flag at midfield and there was a huge fight. It was also the same game that Kermit was at Spartan Stadium. I hope that unlucky bastard never comes back.
This post was edited by MSUsbetterthanu 19 months ago
Yeah, but the logo facing me is better than the press box/luxury suites IMO.
Need. The one I have is a super old pic.
Agreed. And it could have been easily fixed--just a lazy job. Here's one that could have been perfect with the original files.
I know, right?
Your blurry one is much better.
Shit, never occurred to me a 1x2 inch photo posted on a website wouldn't have the same resolution as a 12 x 30, 600mb poster.
So, no. I guess you don't know.
This post was edited by Loose Stools 19 months ago
Where can I buy this?
They should retail around 29.99
I agree, I don't know anything about photography but I assume in order to get the shot in the panoramic style it has to curve for some reason?
I guess I don't see how it's "lazy". Are they not using their camera in a way to make the resolution better? Are you suggesting they should manipulate the image after they take the picture (and straighten it)? Won't that affect the resolution/image?
Looks 10x better with the straight field. Nice work.
No. Using multiple, 16bit images, absolutely no resolution is lost. A photo like that can be shot with 6-8 horizontal images, stitched together and look great--you're just moving the pixels, not creating them. It's lazy because someone used a wide angle lens and took one shot, or used multiple shots and didn't bother attempting to correct distortion. Distortion is sometimes desired, but obviously not in a shot with very familiar, straight lines. Also, correcting distortion in an image like this is not creating a "faked" image. You're simply adjusting the image to simulate what the eye sees.
thanks for explanation.
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