Gigapan of Olympic Opening Ceremonies
Photographer David Bergman created this Gigapan during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Park in London, UK on July 27, 2012. He made the composite photo by shooting 425 individual photos in a grid pattern (25 across by 17 down) during a one-hour time period as the athletes entered the stadium. The final high-resolution image is 81,992 X 37,520 -- more than three billion pixels.
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That was interesting. I was looking up in the rigging along the roofline and was surprised not to see any overt security there.
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lol he made a comment on his blog that all he cared about was not screwing up the Queen .
" The image is far from perfect as youll find quite a few stitching errors. I fixed many of them but every time someone moves between frames, theres potential for a cut off head or half a body. Sorry to anyone I sawed in half.
I did make sure the Queen, William, Kate, and Harry all look OK! Otherwise they may not have let me out of the country. "