Joseph Nagy photographed a time of 1:15.001 on an online stopwatch. This was 0.001 seconds away from his goal of 1:15.00.
Darryl L. uploaded a slideshow on YouTube that runs 30 frames per second, with each frame being a different picture.
Ethan Handel and Jim Czekalski took photos of each other and posted them on Facebook and Twitter in one minute, 14.93 seconds. The record was set during the 2012 SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas.
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 a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
John B. took a selfie while balancing a tennis racquet on his head and posted it on Instagram in 6.72 seconds.
He set the record as part of "Legend Setter", an interactive competition hosted by Heineken during the 2014 US Open for fans to participate in their own off-the-court challenges. A RecordSetter Official was present to adjudicate the attempt.
Chandru made a portrait of Mahakavi Subramania Bharathiyar that measured five feet in height and five feet in width using cassette tape reels.
Rakesh Vaid has 4,444 acrylic photo frame key chains in his collection. His designs included photos of different flags, international leaders, and Hollywood celebrities.
During their ceremony held at The Times Center in New York City, The Shorty Awards projected an animated GIF measuring 288 square feet.
The GIF, created by Shorty Awards cofounder and Sawhorse Media CTO Lee Semel, featured the "Shorty Whale", designed by Yiying Lu. Lu also designed the original and iconic "Fail Whale." Read more about the project here, and see the GIF in action here.
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.
Darryl Learie made a slide show containing 9,591 high-definition pictures. It was uploaded to YouTube and lasted over two hours.
Hockeydino has a Facebook photo with 150,668 comments.
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Rajesh, a Sydney-based photographer and cinematographer, took eight hours to capture portraits of 1,010 individuals. He set the record during the India-Australia Friendship Fair in Sydney, Australia.
Lucy Legacy's soccer cleats photograph generated 67 likes on Instagram.
This record was set as part of Toyota Prius Records, a two-day event
streamed live on the Internet. In a 48-hour period, URDB officials
adjudicated 200 Prius-related world records. This was the most records
ever documented in a 48-hour window, a world record in and of itself.
The event took place in Los Angeles, California on March 30th and 31st,
2011. See all the records set at the event here.
Brooklyn W. took 52 alternate hand selfies in 15 seconds.
Mike Hedge took 807 Bokeh photographs. See all photos here.
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