15 days of shooting at a minimum of 14 degrees, 70,000 times the shutter button and 46 terabytes of free hard disk space; these are the numbers you need to record the title of the world's largest photo. In the project, called in2white, photographed Filippo Blengini, with the support of Kanon, spent 2 weeks in Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps. The photographer has been recording thousands of images with his EOS 70D camera for the purpose of creating the above-mentioned feature, using many mountaineering and photography equipment. The final result was a record of 70,000 photos that together make up this gigantic zoomable image. Apparently the title of the world's largest photo is supposed to be handed each year. In 2009, the title came from a 29-gigapixel image from Dresden, Germany. A year later, a 70-gigapixel specimen from Budapest became the world's largest photo, and now it's time for another group of photographers to capture this title for a while by uploading an incredible 365-gigabyte image. Watching this image, in addition to being surprising, is also very entertaining, because for the many details recorded there, it is possible to search for skiers and climbers for hours on a regular basis. We hope you enjoy the 365-gigpixel panoramic experience in the Alps and share your discoveries with us.