Standard Size: 39.40 inches x 30.74 inches
Standard Size: 100.1 cm x 78.1 cm
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The rolled print will require mounting. Our latest substrate recommendation is 1/2 inch black Gatorfoam. We often provide help in identifying local mounting services with appropriate capability which are close to your venue.
Our typical product is on heavy matte paper mounted to flat Gatorfoam, trimmed flush to edge of graphic, and either hung raw with wall blocks or framed with a generous float within wood tones consistent with the subtlety of the piece. While some feel the dry mounting compromises the art, I know from experience that these large pieces need to be emphatically flat. I prefer to leave the print open (without plexiglass) to make it more visible on close examination.
Two points need explanation: the choice of size and the sometimes non-north orientation. A set of pixels behaves differently when enlarged, but it also matters how the pixels were built (for instance there is auto-correlation between adjacent SRTM values which allows more enlargement from a dpi standpoint). Every piece herein has a sweet spot of size where the neighborhoods open for easy examination, while the details remain crisp; this is designated the Standard size, and any smaller prints would be priced at this level. With respect to non-north designs it sometimes holds that they just look better sideways or upside down (do we walk down the street with our noses pointed north?). More often it is the illumination direction which dictates which side is up: as hunter-gatherers we still have a strong tendency to expect a sky illumination with shadows falling down. This minimizes the inversion of valleys and ridges.
39.40 inches wide by 30.74 inches tall
100.1 cm wide by 78.1 cm tall
11031 pixels wide by 8606 pixels tall
Standard scale: 1 to 165
280 dpi print resolution
Center: N 20.3° W 75.6°
Long side is 165 km
Ground cell is 15.00 meters
Rotation Angle: 0.00°
Landsat path 11 / row 46
Gallery of neighbors
Relatives have not yet been designated for this piece
Continent: North America
Land Types: Coastal, Montane
Data Type: Imagery
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ID used for custom galleries: 7472