Photographer Uses Tons of Megapixels to Turn the Human Face Into a Detailed Landscape [VIDEO]
Mar 18, 2014 11:02
Photographer Daniel Boschung has taken a high resolution methodology and applied stitching photos together of a human face.
Boschung's "Face Cartographies" uses each 900 megapixel face map comprised of 600 individual photos, taken by a Canon 5D Mark II outfitted with a 180mm macro lens. It takes all the photos required for the final composite image about 30 minutes to complete. Check out the video:
900 million pixels will let you see all the glorious texture that you probably didn't notice in a face. Check out the making below:
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