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Gigapixel Project

Gigapixel Project


Helena, Montana

Graham Flint and his 1 gigapixel camera that is about a 100lbs of equipment to log around. The Gigapixel Project is something I’ve been following online for well over a year, and in this huge world, I was in the right place, at the right time, on the right day, to get a chance to meet one of my favorite photographers as he does his thing. It’s an astonishing project. The image resolution is amazing. Something like this on the trip is what I call a “mini-highlight.” Just a couple minutes of something I won’t ever forget.

Taken on: Oct 25, 2006 | 1 Comments
Comment by Bonnie Cawthra
From Boise, ID

Hi Guy!! I'm so glad you had a chance to come and visit Boise! I am not kidding when I say that my husband and I have traveled all over the United States and we still come back to Boise. It is filled with wonderful people, great culture and a love of BSU football. It's a wonderful place to live and we thank you for visiting us!!!