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| p.1 #1 · Maximum possible print size in the following scenario: |
Hi all. I have a question I would like to ask to those here that know better than me. I am currently shooting with a Sony Nex7 and a Zörk Shift Panorama Adapter with medium format Pentax Lens (SMD Pentax-A 35mm) to produce high resolution panoramas. I shoot the camera vertically and get (using the 22mm full shift each way) files that are nearly 14,000Px long (and something in the whereabouts of 6,000px tall).
I have been asked to produce some of my images in large sizes for a possible exhibition next year. Now, assuming that the images are well exposed, sharp (tripod, remote, etc) and that the methodology involved in the shooting is all correct (letīs not discuss that here), what , in your experience, would be the largest possible prints (high quality) I could achieve with this files? Also, I am not familiar with uprezzing and the involved software, is that a viable option for achieving larger prints without much loss in quality-detail? I would appreciate any insight , I am really not familiarised with this part of photography..
Thanks in advance for all the kind replies and for your help.