Its resolution is 3,142% greater than
a typical fine art photograph.
It is one of the highest quality images
Taken in a remote section of Lake Powell, only accessible by a 4x4, this unbelievable scene depicts the beauty of canyon land and Lake Powell.
VAST photos are the highest resolution photographs ever made.
This 681-megapixel VAST photo is one of the highest definition photographs ever created. It has a resolution equivalent to 328 HDTVs.
|Aspect Ratio||2.22 : 1|
|File Size||3,889 MB|
|Width @ 300ppi (perfect)||10.8 feet|
|Height @ 300ppi||4.86 feet|
|Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)||21.6 feet|
|Height @ 150ppi||9.72 feet|
|Date & Time||July 7, 2016: 7:00pm|
|Location||Glen Canyon National Recreational Area, Utah|
|Number of Exposures||28|
VAST Prints are fine art photographic paper prints that arrive ready to be mounted and/or framed. They are created using the sharpest photographic printer in commercial use: a very rare specialty printer that formerly printed military surveillance imagery. Learn more
Every VAST Print has two certificates of authenticity hand-signed by the artist and the printmaker: one affixed to the print and one standalone. Additionally, each print is assigned a unique serial number via a permanent hologram seal and recorded in our registry. Its provenance is tracked and verified using state-of-the-art digital blockchain encryption technology.
VAST Displays are ready-to-hang works of art that contain a VAST Print sealed between flame-polished acrylic glass and an aluminum backing. A hidden brace on the back causes the display to gracefully "float" off the wall for a sleek, modern frameless look that complements nearly any decor style. Learn more
This VAST photo becomes a stunning conversation-starter wherever it's showcased. It's offered in 4 large-format sizes:
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