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Igor PDML-StR
Fri, Jan 14, 2022 6:25 PM

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the
presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've
never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present.
This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I couldn't
save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than some
65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 =
65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional limitation
imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was less
than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about
16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

Igor

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've never followed up on that. So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. All comments are welcome! Igor ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) To: PDML@pdml.net Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton Hi All, Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present. This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG. Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes) But that seems to be incorrect (or maybe it is an additional limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was less than 32765 px. I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about 16,000. Grand Teton. Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg All comments are welcome! Igor
RS
Rob Studdert
Sat, Jan 15, 2022 2:58 AM

Nice work Igor, what software did you use to stitch the images? I know
that LR, though quite capable and by far the best option to assemble
RAW image files, does currently have a maximum pixel dimension
(vertically or horizontally) of around 65000px and a maximum overall
size of 500Mpx total therefore limiting the max image size to around
64000x8000px.

I did see that original post re-hosting panoramic images but forgot to
reply. It is difficult to display them in a meaningful way on-line,
the most practical option I found was the Gigapan site. It's a little
long in the tooth, clunky and seems to be fairly niche these days but
it does still work, I put four images up about 5 years back and they
still appear to be accessible.

http://gigapan.com/gigapans/898e98242e191f917be68fcbf6230da4

Cheers,

On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 at 05:25, Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr@komkon.org wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the
presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've
never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present.
This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I couldn't
save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than some
65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 =
65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional limitation
imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was less
than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about
16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

Igor

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Nice work Igor, what software did you use to stitch the images? I know that LR, though quite capable and by far the best option to assemble RAW image files, does currently have a maximum pixel dimension (vertically or horizontally) of around 65000px and a maximum overall size of 500Mpx total therefore limiting the max image size to around 64000x8000px. I did see that original post re-hosting panoramic images but forgot to reply. It is difficult to display them in a meaningful way on-line, the most practical option I found was the Gigapan site. It's a little long in the tooth, clunky and seems to be fairly niche these days but it does still work, I put four images up about 5 years back and they still appear to be accessible. http://gigapan.com/gigapans/898e98242e191f917be68fcbf6230da4 Cheers, On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 at 05:25, Igor PDML-StR <pdmlstr@komkon.org> wrote: > > > I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... > I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the > presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: > https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've > never followed up on that. > So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) > To: PDML@pdml.net > Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton > > > > Hi All, > > Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present. > This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I couldn't > save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG. > > Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than some > 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = > 65535, which is 2 bytes) > But that seems to be incorrect (or maybe it is an additional limitation > imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was less > than 32765 px. > I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about > 16,000. > > > Grand Teton. > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > -- > %(real_name)s Pentax-Discuss Mail List > To unsubscribe send an email to pdml-leave@pdml.net > to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and follow the directions. -- Rob Studdert (Digital Image Studio) Tel: +61-418-166-870 UTC +10 Hours
MC
Mark C
Sat, Jan 15, 2022 3:56 PM

Nice composition - how many combined exposures went into the pano?

On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the
presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've
never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present.
This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I
couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger
than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than
2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional
limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the
image that was less than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about
16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

Igor

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Nice composition - how many combined exposures went into the pano? On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote: > > I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... > I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the > presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: > https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've > never followed up on that. > So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) > To: PDML@pdml.net > Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton > > > > Hi All, > > Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present. > This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I > couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG. > > Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger > than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than > 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes) > But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional > limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the > image that was less than 32765 px. > I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about > 16,000. > > > Grand Teton. > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > -- > %(real_name)s Pentax-Discuss Mail List > To unsubscribe send an email to pdml-leave@pdml.net > to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and > follow the directions.
DJ
Daniel J. Matyola
Sat, Jan 15, 2022 4:32 PM

Gorgeous pano!
That is one of my favorite vistas!

Dan Matyola
https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery
https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery

On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 1:25 PM Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr@komkon.org wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the
presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've
never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present.
This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I
couldn't
save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than
some
65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 =
65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional limitation
imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was
less
than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about
16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

Igor

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Gorgeous pano! That is one of my favorite vistas! Dan Matyola *https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery <https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery>* On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 1:25 PM Igor PDML-StR <pdmlstr@komkon.org> wrote: > > I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... > I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the > presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: > https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've > never followed up on that. > So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) > To: PDML@pdml.net > Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton > > > > Hi All, > > Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present. > This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I > couldn't > save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG. > > Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger than > some > 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = > 65535, which is 2 bytes) > But that seems to be incorrect (or maybe it is an additional limitation > imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the image that was > less > than 32765 px. > I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about > 16,000. > > > Grand Teton. > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > -- > %(real_name)s Pentax-Discuss Mail List > To unsubscribe send an email to pdml-leave@pdml.net > to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and > follow the directions. >
AS
ann sanfedele
Sun, Jan 16, 2022 12:57 AM

Igor -
can you send just the jpg?
all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text.. can't
find the one with the photo in it

ann

On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the
presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've
never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present.
This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I
couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger
than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than
2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional
limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the
image that was less than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about
16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

Igor

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Igor - can you send just the jpg? all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text.. can't find the one with the photo in it ann On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote: > > I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... > I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with the > presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: > https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and I've > never followed up on that. > So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) > To: PDML@pdml.net > Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton > > > > Hi All, > > Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to present. > This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the first time I > couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size limit for JPEG. > > Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be larger > than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably less than > 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes) > But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional > limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even the > image that was less than 32765 px. > I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to about > 16,000. > > > Grand Teton. > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > > All comments are welcome! > > Igor > -- > %(real_name)s Pentax-Discuss Mail List > To unsubscribe send an email to pdml-leave@pdml.net > to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and > follow the directions. -- ann sanfedele photography https://annsan.smugmug.com https://www.cafepress.com/+ann-sanfedele+gifts https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/annsan https://www.createphotocalendars.com/Shop/annsanfedelecalendarsandbooks
SJ
Subash Jeyan
Sun, Jan 16, 2022 1:49 AM

On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 19:57:30 -0500
ann sanfedele annsan@nyc.rr.com wrote:

Igor -
can you send just the jpg?
all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text..
can't find the one with the photo in it

Ann, here it is:

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

(not Igor :))

On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with
the presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and
I've never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to
present. This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the
first time I couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size
limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be
larger than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably
less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional
limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even
the image that was less than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to
about 16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 19:57:30 -0500 ann sanfedele <annsan@nyc.rr.com> wrote: > Igor - > can you send just the jpg? > all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text.. > can't find the one with the photo in it Ann, here it is: Grand Teton. Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg (not Igor :)) > On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote: > > > > I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... > > I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with > > the presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: > > https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and > > I've never followed up on that. > > So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. > > > > All comments are welcome! > > > > Igor > > > > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > > Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) > > To: PDML@pdml.net > > Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton > > > > > > > > Hi All, > > > > Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to > > present. This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the > > first time I couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size > > limit for JPEG. > > > > Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be > > larger than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably > > less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes) > > But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional > > limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even > > the image that was less than 32765 px. > > I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to > > about 16,000. > > > > > > Grand Teton. > > > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > > > > > All comments are welcome!
AS
ann sanfedele
Sun, Jan 16, 2022 1:47 PM

Thanks, Subash!

On 1/15/2022 8:49 PM, Subash Jeyan wrote:

On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 19:57:30 -0500
ann sanfedele annsan@nyc.rr.com wrote:

Igor -
can you send just the jpg?
all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text..
can't find the one with the photo in it

Ann, here it is:

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

(not Igor :))

On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote:

I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it...
I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with
the presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread:
https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and
I've never followed up on that.
So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file.

All comments are welcome!

Igor

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
To: PDML@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton

Hi All,

Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to
present. This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the
first time I couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size
limit for JPEG.

Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be
larger than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably
less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes)
But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional
limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even
the image that was less than 32765 px.
I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to
about 16,000.

Grand Teton.

Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg

And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB):
https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg

All comments are welcome!

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Thanks, Subash! On 1/15/2022 8:49 PM, Subash Jeyan wrote: > On Sat, 15 Jan 2022 19:57:30 -0500 > ann sanfedele <annsan@nyc.rr.com> wrote: > >> Igor - >> can you send just the jpg? >> all I get is blah blah blah from the list archive in plain text.. >> can't find the one with the photo in it > > Ann, here it is: > > Grand Teton. > > Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg > > And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): > https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg > > (not Igor :)) > > > > > >> On 1/14/2022 1:25 PM, Igor PDML-StR wrote: >>> I've written this message almost 1.5 years ago, but never sent it... >>> I did this back in August of 2020, but than I was struggling with >>> the presentation of the panoramic photos (here is the thread: >>> https://www.mail-archive.com/pdml@pdml.net/msg780894.html ), and >>> I've never followed up on that. >>> So, I am just presenting it as is, as a huge Jpeg file. >>> >>> All comments are welcome! >>> >>> Igor >>> >>> >>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- >>> Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:39:57 -0400 (EDT) >>> To: PDML@pdml.net >>> Subject: PESO - PanESO - Grand Teton >>> >>> >>> >>> Hi All, >>> >>> Well, I've done it, - a panoramic photo that I don't know how to >>> present. This is the largest ever (pixel-wise) pano, as it was the >>> first time I couldn't save it as JPEG because of the pixel size >>> limit for JPEG. >>> >>> Somewhere online, I've found references that JPEG couldn't be >>> larger than some 65,xxx pixels in any direction. (It is probably >>> less than 2^16-1=65536-1 = 65535, which is 2 bytes) >>> But that seems to be incorrect  (or maybe it is an additional >>> limitation imposed by the software?). I couldn't save as JPEG even >>> the image that was less than 32765 px. >>> I was able to save as Jpeg only when I took that number down to >>> about 16,000. >>> >>> >>> Grand Teton. >>> >>> Warning: this is a 1MB file (600 px height): >>> https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-600px-c.jpg >>> >>> And if someone is interested, here is 1000px-tall (2.3MB): >>> https://42graphy.org/misc/2020-08-parks/pano_IR04802-14-2-1000px-c.jpg >>> >>> >>> All comments are welcome! > -- > %(real_name)s Pentax-Discuss Mail List > To unsubscribe send an email to pdml-leave@pdml.net > to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and follow the directions. -- ann sanfedele photography https://annsan.smugmug.com https://www.cafepress.com/+ann-sanfedele+gifts https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/annsan https://www.createphotocalendars.com/Shop/annsanfedelecalendarsandbooks