Publishers rely increasingly on digital content material to meet marketplace needs by combining traditional and new media solutions. “Digital”, of course, does not necessarily mean “low quality”, and quite the reverse in our case, thanks to our gigapixel format. Our ultra high definition acquisition of paintings and frescoes enables users to enjoy reproductions that are not only true to the original but also fully explorable, right down to the smallest detail, on scales not normally perceivable by the human eye. This new development means that details can be enlarged at will, as is impossible with reproductions printed on paper. Just few clicks to enter the heart of a work of stunning beauty − taking appreciation of the arts to new heights, via this enhancement of the potentials of digital technology.
Beatrice Cenci, Portrait of a Modern Hero, with Haltadefinizione
A closer look in ultra-high definition at the famous canvas attribuited to Guido Reni.
21 January 2021
Three new masterpieces in gigapixel for Caravaggio’s 450th birth anniversary
Haltadefinizione opens the new year with the digitization of three paintings housed in the Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica in Rome.
29 December 2020
Haltadefinizione presents the premiere of the Gigapixel image of Raphael’s Saint Sebastian, the masterpiece of the Accademia Carrara of Bergamo
As the year of celebration of the 500th anniversary of the death of Raphael comes to a close, Haltadefinizione joins the Accademia Carrara of Bergamo in the celebration, making the ultra-high definition Gigapixel image of Raphael’s San Sebastian available in its online image gallery.
Capture even the slightest details to use in your exclusive publications. Ultra high definition images can take us where the human eye has never gone before. They become essential for large format art books made for students and art lovers.
Come face to face with the great works.Our printed reproductions are made at full size, or 1:1 scale. With ultra high definition scanning in gigapixel format, color reproduction is true and every minute detail is visible just as on the original object.