A picture of the London skyline has broken the record for the world’s largest panoramic photo.The picture which spans 320 billion pixels – over 30,000 times the resolution of a normal digital photo – was taken from the BT Tower.
This latest project Launched February 20, 2013, is a world record 320-gigapixel panorama of London
The 320 gigapixel image – taken by expert photography firm 360Cities – comprises 48,640 individual frames which have been collated into a single panorama by a supercomputer.
If it is printed at normal photographic resolution it’s much bigger than you imagine .It would be almost as tall and as wide as Buckingham Palace.
Who photographed this world’ Largest Panoramic Photo
The 320 gigapixel panorama was photographed by Jeffrey Martin, Holger Schulze and Tom Mills
(from expert panoramic photography firm(360Cities.net) and then subsequently created by Jeffrey Martin.
Amazing factors Behind this grat process
. It is comprised of 48,640 individual images shot
. Over a period of Three Days
. And processed over a period of three months.
How this Pictures taken and which camera used for it
The pictures were taken using Canon EOS 7D cameras with EF 400mm f/2.8 IS II USM lenses and Extender EF 2x III teleconverters driven by special Rodeon VR Head ST robotic panorama heads from the Clauss company in Germany.
If printed at normal resolution, the photo would be 98 meters long (323 feet) and 23 meters high (77 feet) – almost as big as Buckingham Palace.