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Stitching photos to accomplish a higher resolution photo in Frozen Worlds

As photographers we constantly strive to get the largest resolution images, either by having a camera that is 40 - 60 megapixels. The problem with high megapixels is that in lower light scenarios the camera will generate noise quickly the higher the iso. 

To get around this Pete O'Hara uses a low megapixel camera but stitches the images (like a panorama)  to generate higher megapixels in a cleaner image. 

This also helps when shooting in ice caves as the environments are extremely precarious. You want to get in and get out as fast as possible. 

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