Monday 15 December 2008
Kolor and photographer Arnaud Frich intend to create one of the biggest panoramic image of the world: Paris 20 Gigapixels. This project was announced a few months ago.
Technically, everything is ready to shoot the 2000 images needed to create such a panorama. We are only waiting for the weather. As the event needs to meet all partners’ agendas, the project can only be undertaken during a week-end. All week-ends of November and December were cloudy or rainy in Paris, thus the project is posponned to the first sunny week-end after Christmas holidays.
As a reminder, Paris 20 Gigapixels will be shot from one of the towers of St Sulpice church, where the viewpoint covers nearly all interesting monuments of Paris.
A profesional filming team from Alter Persona Films agency will cover the event. They already sent us some images of the spotting they did in November :
On the way to the tower roof:
Preview of Paris 20 Gigapixels image:
For other news about this project, visit Paris 20 Gigapixels website.