The longest photographic negative in the world measures an astounding 39.54 m (129 ft 8.69 in) in length, which was created by Esteban Pastorino Diaz using an incredibly well designed custom-built panoramic slit camera. The enormous photograph was produced on the 13th of June 2010; below you can see part of that ‘never ending’ negative (imagine trying to process this!). The negative is a panorama of major streets in Buenos Aries, Argentina, captured by a slit camera while mounted on the roof of a moving car. You can see more pictures of the camera and the actual photograph he captured, by clicking Diaz’s name above.
Are any of you film lovers up for challenging his Guinness World Record?
Information: Guinness World Records