We’ve seen some impressive records broken over the last few years, including the ever increasing size of amazing panoramic shots. This one seems a little bit less impressive, but hey – a record is a record.
Jason Groupp and a group of friends have set the record for the most camera flashes ever used in a single photograph. It was a fairly large undertaking and was worked out over the course of 16 weeks. Groupp says that setup began at 8am on the day of shooting and the crew finally wrapped things up at 1am the following morning.
Getting listed in the Guinness Book of World Records is a worthy accomplishment, but one has to wonder just how long a record like this will stand. It seems like now that the number is set, those with the knowhow and the means will be lining up to get their names out there.