photo lab 2a - 1Shane Christy 30 January 2007 SUR 3331L Lab...

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1Shane Christy 30 January 2007 SUR 3331L Lab 2 The primary purpose of this lab was to analyze different properties of the images and determine how they relate to certain features on the photograph. To do this we analyzed distances, pixels, pixel size, resolution, and dots per inch (dpi). 1. Determine the size of the football stadium in pixels. To start everything off, the image had to opened in paint. After that, paint had a “coordinate system” we could assume. Using the cursor and scrolling to the corners of the football field, notes were taken of the two sets of the coordinates of the long end of the field (two corners). Then the distance formula was applied to find the distance of the field, in pixels, to be 174.83 pixels. After finding the dimensions of a football field (100 yards x 50.3 yards), pixels per yard could be calculated: Multiplying 1.75 pixels by 50.3 yards yields a value of 93.275 pixels. Therefore, the size of the field in pixels is 174.83 pixels by 93.275 pixels.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course SUR 5000 taught by Professor Kiker during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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