The World's Longest Photo Stretches Over One Kilometer
May 18, 2012 12:27
Photographer Clare Newton has just been awarded a Guinness World Record for the world's longest photo that measures over a kilometer in length. How did she do it?
No camera on Earth has that kind of aspect ratio, but the record setting photo was stitched together from 109,000 separate images of people frozen in the air while they jump. The project took over 21 months to complete, and the final result will be printed and put on display in London during the Olympic games.
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