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New York Transitions II: Cropped

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Midtown Manhattan, New York City

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A very high resolution photograph of the Manhattan skyline; VAST photo created by Dan Piech

New York Transitions II: Cropped

1,018 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Midtown Manhattan, New York City
Dan Piech is an entrepreneur, designer, engineer, and pioneering photographic artist. He leads a team of like-minded technology innovators producing the highest resolution fine art photographs ever created.

Dan's passion for photographic artwork began while experimenting in the darkroom as a child and his desire to push the technological envelope subsequently led him to begin exploring novel uses of digital imaging technologies. After years of research, development, and engineering, Dan has honed a unique set of techniques for generating exceptionally high quality images with distinctive aesthetic qualities. In 2017, Dan built and launched VAST, a company devoted to advancing the art and craftsmanship of ultra high resolution image-making.

Prior to starting VAST, Dan founded a full-service creative studio specializing in photography, design, & web-development, was head of product management & partnerships for an internet data analytics company, and also led product management teams at large tech companies. Dan was awarded the National Rising Star Award by the Advertising Research Foundation for his work to model consumer habits on the internet and has degrees in economics, art, and public policy from Duke University.

A thought-leader in the industry, Dan has spoken at a variety of conferences and events, including MIT's Hacking Arts Festival, Social Media Week, OMMA Global, E-Business Week, and the NAB Show, among others. His photographs and artwork have appeared in publications including The New York Times and The Huffington Post, in Hollywood films, on national television, and on walls across the world.

Explore the full New York Transitions series here.

Date & Time2016-2019:  
LocationMidtown Manhattan, New York City
Coordinates40.746117, -73.957213
Focal Lengthvarious
Aperturevarious
Shutter Speedvarious
ISOvarious
Number of Exposures288

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620 megapixels! A very high resolution photo of the New York City skyline transitioning from night into day; fine art cityscape photograph created by Dan Piech in Manhattan, NYCA very high resolution photograph of the New York City skyline; VAST photo created by Dan Piech
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Your print comes with two certificates of authenticity hand-signed by the artist and the printmaker: one that you will affix to the finished piece and one that remains standalone. Additionally, your print's provenance is tracked and verified using state-of-the-art digital blockchain encryption technology. Learn more.

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Our acrylic glass displays are ready-to-hang works of art that contain one of our photographic prints sealed between flame-polished acrylic glass and an aluminum backing. A hidden mounting brace on the rear causes the display to gracefully "float" off the wall for a sleek, modern frameless look that complements nearly any decor style. Click on the icons below to learn more or click here to explore further.

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Total Pixels1,017,746,950
Horizontal Pixels54,650
Vertical Pixels18,623
Aspect Ratio2.93 : 1
File Size5,816 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)15.18 feet
Height @ 300ppi5.17 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)30.36 feet
Height @ 150ppi10.35 feet

Date & Time2016-2019:  
LocationMidtown Manhattan, New York City
Coordinates40.746117, -73.957213
Focal Lengthvarious
Aperturevarious
Shutter Speedvarious
ISOvarious
Number of Exposures288

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