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A look at the VAST certificate of authenticity

A look at the VAST certificate of authenticity

The standalone VAST certificate of authenticity is a valuable component of every VAST Print we make. In conjunction with the affixed certificate of authenticity, it serves to validate the nature of a print as a genuine VAST Print. We take great pride in the quality of our photos, printing process, and brand - and our certificate of authenticity system protects those things, both for us and for you, the owner.

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Shipping out a large set of VAST Prints

Shipping out a large set of VAST Prints

We just had a great time making, preparing, packaging, and shipping out a set of 44 VAST Prints to owners all across the United States and Canada. There's something truly rewarding about handling a high quality large-format print - and we got to spend the past few days doing just that! Here's a quick walk-through of our process to prepare a shipment.

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7 Examples of the work and cost involved in creating a VAST photo

7 Examples of the work and cost involved in creating a VAST photo

Creating a VAST photo is not a cheap or quick endeavor. Here are 7 examples of the types of work and costs involved in creating a VAST photo that you may not have known about.

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We just shipped the first official batch of VAST Displays!

We just shipped the first official batch of VAST Displays!

We had a terrific launch event and are very excited to have just shipped our first batch of VAST Displays to their owners. These first VAST Displays were sent to owners across the US. Some went to places as close as 18 blocks from our Manhattan office while others went as far as southern California.

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Upconverting “The Hand of Zeus” from 40 to 5,449 megapixels

Upconverting “The Hand of Zeus” from 40 to 5,449 megapixels

“The Hand of Zeus” – The final 5,449-megapixel VAST photo I’m frequently asked how I create extremely high resolution VAST photos of fleeting moments such as a lightning strike. I can’t use the standard VAST technique because it requires stitching together multiple exposures taken over a lengthy period of time – and only one of those exposures would have the...

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