Here’s how a 353-gigapixel panorama is made

There’s megapixels and then there’s gigapixels. Yes, the latter is actually a thing and it’s the hallmark of what’s being called “the world’s largest photo” at precisely 353 gigapixels. How does a photo get that huge? It takes a lot of photos. Photographer Filippo Blengini alongside a five-person international shooting team, has published a panorama of Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in Europe. While the mountain itself rises to 4,810 meters (15,780 feet), the team shot the pano at 3500 meters (11.5 feet). Using a Canon 70D, a Canon EF 400mm f/2.8 II IS, and a Canon Extender 2X III on a special…

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