Discover Monaco 45 Gigapixels by Guillaume Roumestan


Wednesday 19 June 2013

Monaco 45 Gigapixels

Discover Monaco 45 Gigapixels presented by Guillaume Roumestan through Gigapixel Tour (France’s leading website in gigapixel photography creation, managed by G. Roumestan) and Kolor company (the global leader in image-stitching technologies).

Monaco has been called "an exceptional location of glamour and prestige."

To establish this panorama, 2800 photos were taken from the forefront of rock called the “tête de chien” in Turbie, above Monaco with a height of 550 meters and stitched with Autopano Giga Software. The panorama extends, from right to left, from the Fontvieille district of Monaco to Bordighera, Italian city. Are visible Beausoleil, Roquebrune Cap Martin, Ventimiglia. The shot was made during Monaco Grand Prix which is held annually in the streets of Monaco. It is widely considered to be one of the most prestigious and difficult automobile races in the world.

10 easter eggs have been hidden...

Guillaume Roumestan added 10 easter eggs into the picture. To be honnest we had some trouble to find them! We just found a Star Wars spacecraft… If you also have some trouble to find them, just ask Guillaume about the easter eggs’ location.

You can also discover other projects led by Guillaume Roumestan such as: Cannes 65 GigapixelsMarseille 50 Gigapixels & Barcelona 16 Gigapixels

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Let’s have a look behind the scenes:

Hardware:
- Motorized head: Gigapan Epic Pro
- Camera: Nikon D5200 ( APS-C 24 Mpxl)
- Lens: Sigma 50-500mm f4,5-6,3 DG APO OS

Software:
- Autopano Giga
- Panotour Pro
- Photoshop

Shooting:
Photos: 2800
Focal: 420 mm
Speed: 1/1600 sec
Aperture: ff9
Iso: 500


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2 Responses to “Discover Monaco 45 Gigapixels by Guillaume Roumestan”

  1. Gigapixel tour Says:

    list of easter eggs:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.534385479956227.1073741825.255328844528560&type=1
    Will you find them all?
    ;-)


  2. carl Says:

    Wonderful Project


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