a beautiful scene from arches national park, not all images taken here include the park's iconic stone arches.
The images in the Ultra Panoramic section of the gallery are the highest resolution images available. These breathtaking panoramic images have been painstakingly created using a method known as panoramic stitching and nodal pan photography. Each panoramic image is stitched together using anywhere from 9 to 14 photographs captured on a 36 megapixel sensor to create a final image resolution that averages over 150 megapixels.
This method creates panoramic images that are extremely detailed, and can be made into very large presentation pieces that look truly stunning in person. Each piece is limited, signed and numbered, and offered in Aluminum metal prints, or the world famous Lumachrome process which is the best looking photographic enlargement process I have seen. Lumachrome is an Acrylic "facemounted" style of enlargement.