(The Media Package contains lots of screenshots of the image which you can use in your blog or publication)
It’s been a few months – you didn’t think we were sitting around twiddling our thumbs did you? No, ever since finishing the London Gigapixel, we’ve been planning, shooting, and stitching the next world record!
This one is a bit smaller – 40 gigapixels – but it is still a record – it is, as far as we have been able to see, the largest interior photo ever made.
But although the image is smaller than the London Gigapixel, it presented a lot of challenges I have never faced before. It is not easy to keep everything in focus in such a small space, with such a long lens!
So, please do yourself a favor. Stop working (you didn’t really want to work anyway, if you’re reading this blog right now) and click over to the Strahov 40 Gigapixel image. Spend some time soaking in the ancient atmosphere of this 18th century library. Have fun! Here is a link to the image: