Highest resolution photo ever taken of Machu Picchu

Highest resolution photo ever taken of Machu Picchu

In September, photographer Jeff Cremer used a Canon 7D and a 400mm lens to take 1,920 individual pictures of Machu Picchu.

The photos took only 1 hour and 44 minutes to record, with the help of a small robotic camera and advanced computer software. The planning and preparation leading up to the photo shoot took months.

Machu Picchu 16 GigapixelsThe individual photos were later stitched together digitally with a MacPro Hexacore 2.67Ghz, 32GB Ram and OCZ 960GB RevoDrive.

With a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixel (15.9 gigapixels) the picture is the highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu ever taken.

[Short Cusco Inca Trail 2 days 1 nights]

The photo shoot was documented by Destin Sandlin, creator of YouTube’s educational Smarter Every Day channel, and sound engineer Gordon McGladdery:

Congratulations Jeff!

If you like this post, please remember to share on Facebook, Twitter or Google+

Sharing is caring!

Authored by: PeruTravelTrends

A Peru Tour Operator and Travel Agency: Since 1994 creating wonderful vacation experiences for adventure travelers and holidaymakers in Cusco, Lima, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, and all around the Andean region.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.