The art of digital photography
Now the situation has changed. Every person has a camera. Many have a smartphone with an integrated camera in their pocket. This divided the photograph into two types: reportage photography…

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KONSTANTIN OF MUSHROOMS ABOUT THE “GENERALITY” OF GENERS OF PHOTO
Fascinated by the magic of film from childhood, Konstantin Gribov from an early age realized that he wanted to link his life with photography. He works in different genres, and…

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LOOKING INTO YOURSELF AND IN THE WORLD
Maxim Grigorenko removes mainly film cameras in the multi-exposure technique, and the process itself turns into just some kind of mystery, where the mind and consciousness are moving aside, yielding…

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THE BIGGEST PHOTOS IN THE WORLD FOR 2000 GIGAPIXELS!

The absolute champion in the size of composite photos is NASA. In 2014, the agency published a 681-gigapixel panorama of the moon. On June 18, 2009, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) orbital probe to map the surface of the moon and collect measurements of potential landing sites in the future, as well as for scientific purposes.
Photo panorama of Mont Blanc – 365 Gpk.
At the end of 2014, an international team of professional photographers headed by Filippo Blenigny made a circular panorama of the mountain range between France and Italy – Mont Blanc, the second after Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe.
It consists of 70 thousand photos! The photos were taken with a Canon EOS 70D with a Canon EF 400mm f / 2.8 II IS telephoto lens and a Canon Extender 2X III extender. The creators of the giant panorama claim that if you print it on paper, it will be the size of a football field. Today it is the largest gigapixel photograph taken on the ground.
Photo panorama of London – 320 HPC.
The panorama was assembled from 48,640 individual shots taken by four Canon 7D cameras and posted on the Web in February 2013. Preparation for the experiment took several months, and the shooting took place over four days. Pictures taken by British Telecom from the top of the BT Tower, located in central London on the north bank of the Thames. Photographed by 360cities.net panoramic photography experts Jeffrey Martin, Holger Schulze and Tom Mills.
Photo panorama of Rio de Janeiro – 152.4 Gpc.
The panorama was taken on July 20, 2010 and consists of 12,238 photographs. Uploading the final image to the gigapan.org site took the author almost three months!
Tokyo Photo Panorama – 150GPK.Fo
The panorama author is Jeffrey Martin, founder of 360cities.net. The panorama was created from 10 thousand different pictures taken from the viewing platform of the Tokyo Tower television tower. When creating it, the photographer used the Canon EOS 7D DSLR and the robotic machine Clauss Rodeon. It took two days to get 10 thousand frames, and three months to bring them into one panorama.
Photo panorama of the Arches National Park – 77.9 Gpk.
Panorama author – Alfred Zhao. “Arches” – a national park that is located in the United States, Utah. There are more than two thousand arches formed by nature from sandstone. To create a panorama it took 10 days of processing, 6 TB of free space on the hard disk and two days of downloading the final image to the site. The photo was taken in September 2010.
Photo panorama of Budapest – 70 Gpk.
In 2010, a team of enthusiasts, sponsored by Epson, Microsoft and Sony, created the largest 360-degree panoramic photo in the world at that time. The project was named “70 billion pixels of Budapest.” A 70-gigapixel photograph was taken four days from the city’s 100-year observation tower. Panorama was more than 590 thousand pixels in width and 121 thousand pixels in height, and the total number of images – about 20 thousand. Unfortunately, now the link to it does not work.
Photo panorama on Corcovado Mountain – 67 Gpc.
This photograph was taken on Mount Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), where the statue of Christ the Redeemer is located. The photo panorama was made in July 2010 and was created from 6223 frames.
Vienna photo panorama – 50 Gpk.
The gigapixel photo panorama of the Austrian capital of Vienna was created in the summer of 2010. For its production took 3,600 shots, but the result was worth it.
Photo panorama of Marburg – 47 Gpk.
Marburg is a university town, with a population of about 78 thousand. It took 5,000 shots for the panorama, which were taken with a Nikon D300 camera with a Sigma 50–500 mm lens from a 36-meter high tower. Each of the photos has a size of 12.3 Mpc. It took the author 3 hours 27 minutes to shoot, and the total amount of information received by him took 53.8 GB on the hard disk.
Milky Way – 46 Gpk.
For five years, a group of astronomers from the Ruhr University, with the help of an observatory located in the Chilean Atacama Desert, watched our galaxy and created a giant photo of 46 billion pixels from the images of the Milky Way. The image weighs 194 GB.
Photo panorama of Dubai – 44.8 Gpk.
Panorama author – Gerald Donovan. Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. A Canon 7D camera with a 100-400 mm lens was used to create the panorama. The author worked more than three hours on the 37-degree heat and made 4250 photos.

ART PHOTO AND BLOCKCHAIN
1. For every potential (and real) buyer of a visual work of art (in our case, photography) thousands of images fall down every day. And even despite the constant growth…

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ANNA YERMOLOVA: "COMMUNICATION WITH THE HELP OF A PHOTO"
The young Moscow photographer Anna Yermolova is one of those people who consider photography as their profession, so she began with a serious special education. By the way, she only…

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“PHOTOGRAPHY IS A WAY TO DISASTER FEAR”
The head of the studio and the news presenter on the Kultura TV channel, the winner of the TEFI award Vladislav Flyarkovsky is an experienced photographer. He has been engaged…

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