Whats lefts from the Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia.
One evening at Darling Harbour, Sydney Australia. 114 Images stitched from Canon 1DsM3 and 70-200mm Lens to form this 1.8Gigapixel image
View from Coron Dive Center in Coron, Palawan, Phillipines, 2010.
Melbourne Cityscape during dusk 2012. Shot on Canon 1DsM3 and 70-200mm 2.8IS, Gigapan mounted on Giotto tripod. Image is made up from 40 images stitched at around 500MP.
Aproximately a 1Gigapixel image of the town and landscape of El Nido in the Islands of Palawan in the Philippines taken in 2011. The image was taken on top of dark, razor sharp, limestone cliffs after a two hour climb up. The majority of boats seen in this image are used for island hopping, fishing…
Banaue Rice Terraces located in the Ifugao province of the Philippines is believed to be around 2000 years old and carved by the ancestors of the indigenous people. They are fed water by an ancient irrigation system from the rainforests above the terraces which can be seen by zooming into the photo. This image was…
Barron Falls in Kuranda, Queensland, Australia taken January 25th 2013 a few days after Ex-tropical Cyclone Oswald passed through Cairns bringing heavy rains. 420 Megapixels
Appropriately a 1Gigapixel image of the town and landscape of El Nido in the Islands of Palawan in the Philippines. The image was taken on top of dark, razor sharp, limestone cliffs after a two hour climb up. The majority of boats seen in this image are used for island hopping, fishing and scuba diving…
A shot of the Opera House, CBD and Harbour Bridge taken from North Sydney’s Milsons Point/Kiribilli area. Using a Canon 1Ds and 70-200mm 2.8L IS its stiched from 128 images to make approximately 1.4GP image. Exposure 2sec @ f10, 800ISO over 19mins at 6pm
Lavender Bay, North Sydney Australia has one of the most scenic views of the City. Panoramic was taken on a Canon 1Ds MII with 70-200mm 2.8 L lens @ 200mm, 1/400sec, f11, ISO 800 Try panning around and searching for people like bridge climbers.