Friday, 17 June 2011

When size does matter

The Great Picture
We're always impressed by experimentation especially when it is taken to the limit. The Great Picture (above) is quite possibly the world's largest photograph at about 32 metres wide. Although it was created in 2007, it is always good to be reminded of what can be done when you put your mind to a task. Aside from being large in scale, the image required some 600 gallons of developer and a further 1,200 gallons of fixer to produce. Click here for more information about how it all came about.