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Biggest Photograph Ever Taken Inside A Cathedral

Biggest Photograph Ever Taken Inside A Cathedral - Three and a half hours plus 2,400 images equals a gigantic panorama of the inside of St Paul's Cathedral.

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St Paul's Cathedral

Last week we showed you the 40 gigapixel image of the Philosophical Library in Prague and now there's a shot of St Paul’s Cathedral to add to the GigaPan list.

Comprising of 2,400 images stitched together to make a 15.5 Giga Pixel panorama, this is the biggest photo to be ever taken inside a cathedral.

St Paul's Cathedral

"This was shot with a D300 and a Nikkor f/2.8 70-200mm at about 150mm," said Henry Stuart who worked on the project. "It really has been hard work to get this all put together and presentable online."

You can take a look at the image and navigate around it on the Spherical Images' website - www.sphericalimages.com

If you have a question about the production of the image there's a topic about the giant panorama in ePHOTOzine's forum.

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14 Apr 2011 8:57AM
As a panorama of the building its good, its gets a bit macabre where peoples heads are not joined to there body, and also when the top of the head is cut of.

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