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Falken SEMA Booth

These two backdrops took an insane amount of man hours to complete. And I'm not just talking about the construction. They're printed on fully dye-sub substrate at 300 DPI on a wall that spans well over 12 feet wide and 8 feet tall. The images were stitched together from about a dozen shots long before "panoramic" photos became popular, then painstakingly aligned, corrected, cloned, edited, then revised and reshot (when necessary). The file size grew to several gigabytes big due to the enormous canvas it's being printed on.