Jeffrey Martin takes large panoramic images of the world and his pictures allow you to go from the panoramic to the intimate in a single mouse swipe. Now he’s really outdone himself with a 900,000 pixel-wide photo of Prague’s Old Town that took six months to construct.
The photograph, viewable here, has a complete spherical decision of 405 gigapixels and is superb. Martin used a 600mm lens and 50MP DSLR to take pictures of almost the whole lot within the Outdated City. You may see the Cathedral, Citadel Hill and even spot avenue indicators, constructing indicators and pigeons. It’s an enchanting view of a phenomenal metropolis.
Martin mentioned it took him over six months to post-process the image and it required hundreds of pictures and tweaks. He mentioned the information are six instances greater than something Photoshop can handle so he discovered himself working with delicate fixes as he stitched this superb photograph collectively.