Friday, August 01 2014 @ 08:00 AM CDT
Contributed by: Star_Wars_Guide
Let me tell you. I started pictorially documenting my collection back in 1997 with a "VGA Camera" that took (at the time) stunning 640px x 480px images. Using Paintshop Pro v7 on Windows 95 I got pretty good editing out the backgrounds. The image on the left is a sculpted schoolbox of Jar Jar Binks manufactured by Impact, Inc. that I shot and edited in 1999. At the time I had impressed myself by being able to capture and present the detail of the piece visually.
The image on the right is the same schoolbox, unearthed from my collection, and photographed at 14 megapixels. The image on the left is 1:1. That's the entire photo in size. The photo on the right is only shown at 12% of it's actual size...