World’s Biggest Photograph

Now this is what you call a wide-angle shot… the worlds largest seamless photograph has gone on display. The snap, called The Great Picture, measures a whopping 3,375 square foot size – 31ft high and 107ft wide. It shows an abandoned Marine Corps air station in Southern California, USA, and was created by six artists – Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada – along with hundreds of volunteers.

Now this is what you call a wide-angle shot... the worlds largest seamless photograph has gone on display. The snap, called The Great Picture, measures a whopping 3,375 square foot size - 31ft high and 107ft wide. It shows an abandoned Marine Corps air station in Southern California, USA, and was created by six artists - Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada - along with hundreds of volunteers.

Now this is what you call a wide-angle shot... the worlds largest seamless photograph has gone on display. The snap, called The Great Picture, measures a whopping 3,375 square foot size - 31ft high and 107ft wide. It shows an abandoned Marine Corps air station in Southern California, USA, and was created by six artists - Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada - along with hundreds of volunteers.

Now this is what you call a wide-angle shot... the worlds largest seamless photograph has gone on display. The snap, called The Great Picture, measures a whopping 3,375 square foot size - 31ft high and 107ft wide. It shows an abandoned Marine Corps air station in Southern California, USA, and was created by six artists - Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada - along with hundreds of volunteers.

Now this is what you call a wide-angle shot... the worlds largest seamless photograph has gone on display. The snap, called The Great Picture, measures a whopping 3,375 square foot size - 31ft high and 107ft wide. It shows an abandoned Marine Corps air station in Southern California, USA, and was created by six artists - Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada - along with hundreds of volunteers.