Tag: gigapixel

Photographer Daniel Boschung has taken the same GigaPixel photo concept and used it on a single human face, effectively producing an image where you can zoom down into the pores at full clarity. Here’s an example of a man named Enrique. Here’s the rest of the series.

Did you know that Google has done an extensive sweep of The White House using their Street View technology? Not only have they put out a virtual tour of the place but they’ve also gone ahead and used Gigapixel technology to let viewers zoom way into historical paintings and artifacts housed at The White House. […]


This is really cool. It looks like U2 has been photographing their concerts using a Gigapixel cam setup and uploading the pictures online so that concert goers can tag themselves and zoom in to faces in the crowd. This particular shot was taken during U2′s July 20th concert.


Cool! The BBC has posted a 1.15-gigapixel image from the Royal Wedding showing an amazing 200-degree field of view. And like all gigapixel photos, you can literally pick out a face in the crowd and zoom right on it and see it in fine detail!


Gigapan is hosting an impressive gigapixel image taken by David Bergman of the 2009 Presidential Inauguration on January 20th. The image is composed of 220 separate images making a final image with a size of 59,783 X 24,658 pixels. That’s roughly 1.47 gigapixels! Like most gigapixel images, you can zoom in rather closely to any […]


Gerard Maynard returns with his amazing ultra-resolution photography, this time successfully photographing Yosemite National Park. The final Gigapixel photo is a composite of photos taken between May 30 and June 8, 2008. The result is an impressive view of a valley in Yosemite National Park with incomparable detail to anything that’s currently out. From the […]