Interactive photos with more than 4 MILLION pixels reveal European cityscapes with never before seen details – and each contains a hidden code that could give you a cruise
- The stunning photos were taken in five European cities for two weeks by photographer Will Pearson
- Each image consists of 500 individually taken photos, so that the cities can be explored at a whole new depth
- There is a code hidden in each image – find them and you can win a cruise on the new ship Celebrity Apex
This is your chance to explore Amsterdam, Bruges, Berlin, Copenhagen and Oslo from the comfort of your home – thanks to a series of interactive & # 39; gigapixel & # 39; photos.
The fascinating images of the cityscapes each contain more than four billion pixels – a few more than the 12 million of the new iPhone 11 Pro – and consist of 500 individual photos. This allows viewers to zoom in for detail, just not possible in regular high-definition photos.
In addition, each photo contains a hidden code. Find them all and you could win a cruise for two.
Photographer Will Pearson & # 39; s detailed image of four billion pixels of Berlin. Below is an interactive version that you can use to zoom in and out
The great photos were taken by photographer Will Pearson for more than two weeks for the Celebrity Cruises & # 39; Celebrity X Marks the Spot & # 39; competition.
Each of the images hides the X-shaped logo of Celebrity Cruises, which contains a unique code.
Anyone who can find a code in each of the five photos can take part in a draw to win a luxury cruise aboard the new ship Celebrity, Celebrity Apex, which will start next March.
The cruise is the 10-night Northern European capitals that depart from Southampton on April 13, 2020.
The route of the new ship takes guests to Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin (Warnemunde), Amsterdam, Bruges (Zeebrugge) and Paris (Le Havre).
Each of Will's five images consists of 500 individually taken photos. Depicted is the Dutch capital Amsterdam and below is an interactive version
The Danish capital Copenhagen. Those who see the hidden code in each photo can win a cruise on Celebrity Apex
According to Celebrity Cruises, the winner experiences impeccable accommodation designed by Kelly Hoppen, 29 world-class bars and restaurants, state-of-the-art entertainment and an on-site spa on one of & # 39; the world's most advanced cruise ships sailing from Southampton in 2020 & # 39 ;.
Jo Rzymowska, vice president and director of Celebrity Cruises, UK and Ireland and Asia, said: “Although gigapixel technology makes it possible to explore destinations with incredible precision, nothing can be compared to discovering these amazing cities for yourself.
& # 39; We are so excited to give two lucky people the chance to open their world through this incredible 10-day itinerary that will bring these iconic cities to life.
Can you see the hidden code in this incredibly detailed shot of Oslo? The interactive version of this image is below
It took photographer Will two weeks to take all the individual photos needed to take the photos. Depicted is the city of Bruges, while below is the interactive version
& # 39; Celebrity Apex, our revolutionary new ship sailing from Southampton from 2020, offers the ultimate in luxury and stylish design as the perfect complement to these beautiful destinations. & # 39;
While photographer Will Pearson said: "This was an incredible project to work on. Each of these iconic cities has a unique feeling – if you were put down blindfolded in Bruges or Copenhagen, you would immediately know where you were when the blindfold was removed.
& # 39; It was heartening how helpful people were and how eager to emphasize what their city stood out as a great place to visit. & # 39;
For more information visit www.celebritycruises.co.uk/x-marks-the-spot.
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