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Mobile photography is gaining in popularity because of increasingly impressive cameras that we offer today’s smartphones. Filippo Blengini is the name of the photographer, which now attracts our attention with his latest project, he realized with the help of Canon. The reason is that he managed to create an impressive picture, which sets as the largest image capture ever before.

Blengini spent two weeks on the summit of Mont Blanc, which is the highest point of the Alps, and makes about 70 thousand individual frames in the amplitude of the temperature of 14 degrees. He then combines them and creates an impressive panoramic image, which has a size of a whopping 46TB. We should note also that all the images he captures in the Alps were shot with the popular DSLR model Canon EOS 70D.

Curiously, all 70 thousand. Images are ultimately the cause of the ultimate resolution of 365-gigapixel. In any case, however, his project shows us the Alps in all their glory in a way that we have not imagined before. If you want by yourself to look at the details in the biggest picture ever made, you can use this link www.in2white.com

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