This 365-Gigapixel image of Mont Blanc takes the crown as the world’s largest photograph

When you photograph Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in the Alps, it only makes sense you do so by capturing the largest photograph in the world in the process. Filippo Blengini and his team made sure to do just that when they captured a whopping 365-gigapixel panorama of the tallest mountain peak in Europe (with the exception of the Caucasus mountain range).

The record-breaking image weighs in at 45-gigapixels more than the previous record holder, a 320-gigapixel image of London captured back in 2013.

Photographing the monstrous image was no easy feat….

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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