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13 Gigapixel photo created to demonstrate panorama software  
Thursday, May 10, 2007 | by Rob Galbraith
Working in conjunction with photographer Gerard Maynard, French software developer Kolor has assembled and posted online a mammoth 13 Gigapixel photo captured from a rooftop overlooking New York City's Harlem area.
 
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Zoom In: The 13 Gigapixel panorama at harlem-13-gigapixels.com
 
The photo is comprised of 2045 individual photographs taken with a Nikon D2X and Nikkor 300mm f/4 lens. The camera was set to record NEFs, which were subsequently converted using Camera Raw in Photoshop. The resulting JPEGs were combined into one 279,689 x 46,901 pixel photograph using Kolor's AutoPano Pro, a 99 application for Windows and Mac. Click the Details link on the harlem-13-gigapixels.com website for more information about how the panorama was made.
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