Partygoers took a combined total of 3,987 photos at PHTHRD III,
a new world record. The event, hosted by LVHRD, was dubbed “the most
photographed party in history.” All attendees were instructed to bring a
camera and shoot photos throughout the night.
PHTHRD III took place on March 31, 2009 at a warehouse in Williamsburg,
Brooklyn. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to witness the
(Photo by Jacob Cohen)
Matt Spangler took a fresh Polaroid and shook it 207 times in one
minute, a new world record.
Spangler set the record on March 31, 2009 at LVHRD’s PHTHRD III
party in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were
present as witnesses.
David photographed 30 strangers in one minute, a new world record. He
used a Canon camera to complete the feat.
The record was set on March 31, 2009 at LVHRD’s PHTHRD III party
in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Rob Birdsong and Andrea Rosen were present to
witness the feat and count the photographs taken.
11 people stand in front of a Lichtenstein reproduction during a music
festival, a new world record. The feat was achieved at Coachella on
April 18, 2009.
Kevin Lynch posted 15 images of ‘Caution: Falling Ice’ signs in a single
blog post, a new world record.
Lynch put up the blog post on January 16, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.
Dan Lynch was present to serve as a witness.
You can see the entire blog post here.
16 curly haired members of the Reboot organization posed together
for a photograph, a new world record.
The photo was taken on June 7, 2009 in Park City, Utah. Larry Smith
was present as a witness.
Jerry Paffendorf and his roommates Pierce P., Nicki Manchisi, Luke
Whyte, Sana Choudary collaborated to make a dragon statue on their
doorstep the most photographed dragon statue in San Francisco. Thanks to
signs they’ve posted, the statue has been photographed 31 times.
People who photograph the dragon are encouraged to post the images on
Flickr with quot;thedragondropquot; as a tag.
The record was documented on May 8, 2009 in San Francisco, California.
Luke Whyte acted as a witness.
Using a Nikon camera, Ryan Rombough photographed 720 strangers
in five hours, a new world record. He set the record as a way to create
buzz for his photography business.
Hockeydino has a Facebook photo with 150,668 comments.
NOTE: This is an evolving record. Please visit post to check current number of comments.
Kirsten Buchanan glued 123 photos of dogs to her nightstand. There are
22 photos on the front, 12 pictures on the top, 29 on the side, 17 on
the inside door, 20 of the first inside shelf, 17 on the second inside
shelf, and 6 on the bottom of the inside.
Art Hoffman has taken photos of 42 U.S. State Capitol buildings. He
began taking the photos in 1968 and has photos from States he has lived
in and traveled through.
Hoffman’s photo collection includes all states except Alaska, Delaware,
Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Virginia, and
Jack Raleigh took a photo of 29 horses and his Ford Fusion.
Raleigh set the record as part of Fusion 41, a URDB World Record
Challenge created by the Ford Motor Company.
See full-size image here.
Mike Hedge has taken 1,014 photographs of people jumping. See Hedge’s entire collection here.
Using her iPhone, Cheryl Altshuler took a photo of her son Evan Altshuler and added a mustache on his face in 31.05 seconds. She used the ’stachetastic application to achieve the feat.
The record was at aWorld Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
4524 people tagged themselves in the same Facebook photo. The photo
was taken at the May 30, 2010 Rihanna concert in Tel Aviv, Israel,
right before the show began.
A special Facebook application was built allowing more than the usual
50-tag maximum per photo. To ensure the accuracy only people who
pre-registered at the concert are allowed to tag themselves in the
See the photo and all participants tagged here.
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