Images from the 2017 Dirty Kanza are online.
Right now, the "search by number" function is up and running. Just place a rider number as the keyword in the seach box and if we have an image, it will show up.
The photos are currently avalable from locations on the route and efforts were made, to capture all riders. If we don't have you on the number search system, we might have missed you or your number placard was missing or blocked from view.
The first location was the 20-mile mark. In this group should be most the 200 and 100 mile riders. Although, it was tough to capture everyone in the chaos, so there might be a miss or two.
The final photos were taken on at the 60 mile mile mark for the 100 milers and the 150-155 mile mark for the 200 mile riders.
We offer digital image files that we try to make available for download within just a couple of hours or so of an order being placed. These files are available in three sizes.
The medium-sized file is ideal for web use; say for a Facebook page, for storing on an Iphone, your new Ipad, or such things, and for emailing to friends, family. The medium digital file also makes a great "screen saver" particularly the horizontal images. It also is a cost-affordable way to be able to make multiple prints up to about 5x7 inches. Once you have the file you can go to any photo center and order all the prints you need.
The large file large enough to met almost any use you might have. It's a high resoulation fiile that give you quality image for prints, posters and vertially any other use.
We are also offer the RAW master file, straight from the camera, along with a large JPG digital file. The RAW file is huge, but it will give you maximum quality and let you do your own post-prossing work. So you are receiving two files for one price.
All the digital files, with the exception of the RAW files, can be purchaded with or without the DK logo. The logo digital files and prints will look similar to the example at the right.
We also offer high quality affordable prints. Print sizes range from 5x7 prints to near-poster sized 16x24 enlargements. And while we live in a digital age, we think these DK prints, particularly in larger sizes look awesome.