Spanish photographers José Manuel Domínguez and Pablo Pompa teamed up to create this record breaking 111 gigapixel panoramic image of the city of Seville. The project took them over 6 months and 12 attempts to complete as they struggled with windy conditions and the change of seasons. In the end, over 35,000 photographs were taken with a Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 400mm combined with a 2x teleconverter, all of which was mounted on a custom made robotic arm.
View the entire panoramic photograph in a browser with Flash-support. Note the handy bookmarks along the bottom of the image – click on these to view points of interest, such as a plane coming in to land.
If you’d like to experiment with gigapixel photography, read more about the Gigapan systems that we distribute here at Orms.
Thanks for sharing, Herman!