Billion of Pixels
What would be a billion in my life? Certainly the financial statements that I work with as part of my job. Many of those numbers have a billion in the name.
But I strongly suspect that my laptop has over a billion in pixels with all the photos that I have stored on it. Yes, they are backed up.
It’s really not hard to crack a billion in pixels. My cameras have ranged from 3 megapixels to 12 megapixels. Even with a low resolution camera, it doesn’t take many photos to have over a billion in pixels.
So here’s part of the reason I have so many pixels stored – my experimentations. The one on the left was the original; the one in the center used a magenta filter at 15%; and the right one was a warming filter.
All of them look natural when I compared them to other sky shots that I took. I did a bunch of these so I know what will happen if I apply different filters to landscape shots, creating a reference for myself to use in the future.
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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com.