Felix Hernandez's picture

NYC PULSE / Day and Night

66 individual photos to compose a huge final image
4 hours lapse to capture day and sunset in one final image
The image is so big you can see cars in the street.

Canon 5D Mark III
67mm · f/9.0 · 1/80s · ISO 160
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Deleted Account's picture

this is incredible!
keep up the awesome work.

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thanks My friend.

Christopher Lane's picture

Superb work, what was the filesize of the final image, just out of curiosity?

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thanks Christopher.... 160 cm wide at 300 dpis.... HUGE!.. you could print a 300 cm image with great resolution!

Simranjit Singh's picture

this looks so beautiful

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thanks Sr.!!!

eran yardeni's picture

amazing work, well done!

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thank you Eran.

Paolo Veglio's picture

Holy Shoot!
I love insanely gigantic images (I recently came back home with a 1.2 gigapixel shot of Mt. Rushmore LOL) but this looks superb.
Is it possible to see a few details of this shot at full resolution?

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thanks Paolo... I will publish some details in my facebook fan page in tow more weeks... This image is going to be sold in the YellowKorner galleries, when they release it I will then share details and info... Thanks mate.

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Felix Hernandez's picture

Thank you Oliver!

Brian Pernicone's picture

This is great! Did you use an intervalometer or release the shutter manually each time?

Felix Hernandez's picture

Hi Brian... was done manually... 3 shots per image (for high dynamic range) 2 seconds timer.

pelle piano's picture

Incredible is a suitable understatement.

Felix Hernandez's picture

Thanks mate!

Niels Veeneman's picture

This is amazing

Andy Reynolds's picture

66 photos, that is inspirational. So are they stacked on top like bricks? Plus how did you get it with no boats disturbing the water?

Felix Hernandez's picture

They are long exposure!!!.... thanks!

Deleted Account's picture

Gotta love it, if only for the level of technical difficulty. Impressive results is an obvious plus. Highly rated. Well deserved.

Ron Pogue's picture

Five Stars and Five Points ;)