Gigapixel Photography


Making Gigapixel images is no easy task, and requires special software both to make them, and to host them. Because of this, I have chosen to host my images using and have embedded them here for you to view. Below you can zoom, move around and share all of the Gigapixel photography I've done so far.

“A gigapixel image is a digital image bitmap composed of one billion (10^9) pixels (picture elements), 1000 times the information captured by a 1 megapixel digital camera.”
— Wikipedia

Columbia River Gorge - [37,941 x 10,217] (~0.39GP)

387MP Image of the Columbia River Gorge from Hamilton Mountain in Washington.


Downtown Portland - [65899 x 8082] (~0.5GP)

A 532MP image of downtown Portland taken from the west hills.


Bonneville Dam - [21,999 x 12,129] (~0.26GP)

A 267MP image of the Bonneville Dam in Oregon.


Backyard Flowers - [31,036 x 11,648] (~0.35GP)

A 362MP image of some flowers in my backyard.