1,596-Megapixel Image of the World Series is Taggable
Photographer uses Gigipan to capture the scene at Game 1.
AT&T Stadium zoomed all the way out
AT&T Stadium zoomed all the way in.
This 1,596-megapixel image was taken at Game 1 of the World Series by photographer David Bergman using a Gigapan. It took David over 17 minutes to fully capture the scene at AT&T Park in San Francisco during the Giants vs. Ranger series opener.
The coolest part? The original composite is featured on MLB.com where visitors can zoom all the way on the folks in the stands and even tag friends and family members via Facebook.
The photo itself utilizes 280 images stitched together—it is 28 images wide and 10 images high. Head on over to MLB.com to check it out and if you were there, don’t forget to tag yourself!