Each week, I’ll be posting a new full resolution image that you can zoom into and pan around for yourself.
This photo was taken with my previous medium format digital back – the Phase One IQ3 80, which provides a resolution of 10328 x 7760 pixels.
Clearly 80 megapixels is a little on the large size for Instagram, since the resolution limit for Instagram is 1,080 x 1,080 pixels. Given that I typically am posting a 4:3 aspect ratio image, that means Instagram is using around 1.5% of the captured resolution.
To demonstrate the resolution that is actually captured, I often post a “full frame” image, followed by one or more “macro” crops from that image at 100% resolution.
And to complete the image, the ninth and final post of this 3×3 set of the #GreubelForsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique. Thanks to @seddiqi_uae for the loan of the watch. Now pop over to my profile to see the full picture!
Middle row left, and we’re 2/3rds of the way to completing the full view of the dial side of the #GreubelForsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique. Time to check the view in my profile again as you see these separate posts coming together to make one big image.
Middle row time in this 3×3 shot of the #GreubelForsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique. I know it’s MacroMonday, but this isn’t really macro enough by my standards for me to hashtag it (these posts are roughly a quarter of the resolution of what was captured).