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Photographer Reveals Larger-Than-Life Lake Superior Image

Updated: 04/12/2014 10:29 PM
Created: 04/12/2014 9:12 PM WDIO.com

The Duluth Photography Institute (DPI) is displaying a panoramic of Lake Superior that's practically as big as the real thing.

Brian Rauvola, owner and founder of DPI, created the image by virtually stitching 252 images together into a single photo. The entire image, printed on fabric, is 5 feet by 12 feet.

"The entire 252 images for this took about a half an hour to shoot," he said. "Which, if you're doing it manually, it'll take you probably three times longer than that."

The giant photo is on display through April, along with photographs from other DPI members.

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