Thomas Hawk, along with photographers Trey Ratcliff and Robert Scoble, led 406 people in a photowalk around streets to capture sights. The group, including people from Google+ Photos, walked around San Francisco, taking photographs throughout. Learn more about the event here.
Munish Bansal took photos of his daughter Suman Bansal daily until her 16th birthday. He has 5,845 photos in his collection. Read more about the feat here.
During a RecordSetter LIVE! event at Vail Snow Daze 2013 in Vail, Colorado, 56 people took selfies at once. RecordSetter founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to officiate.
See a full recap of the Pepsi-presented event here.
Cecilia Viejo Serrano framed 188 people, including herself, in a crowd
self-portrait without using any preview settings on the camera.
Mike Hedge has taken 1,014 photographs of people jumping. See Hedge’s entire collection here.
Andrew Yang photographed 66 bed poses of Fiona Bloom in 30 seconds. The
record was set at Yotel in New York City.
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.
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
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