Have you ever stood in a dense forest, looked up and thought, wow what a high tree! And now imagine you have the task to take a photo of it. How the heck you gonna fit the whole tree in when you can’t get far away enough, cause you are surrounded by other trees?!
Well, National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols came up with a solution – after one year of preparation he created this image of a 1500 year old Redwood. Amazing!
And here is how he did it, pure technical brilliance:
There is a massive fold out with the photo of it in the latest issue of National Geographic wich came out yesterday!