French photographer uses 'hyperphoto' technique to create fantastical new worlds

Jean-Francois Rauzier developed the concept of the "hyperphoto" in 2002, a technique which involves digitally "stitching" hundreds of images together.
Rauzier's photographs, which use hundreds, sometimes thousands of photographs and contain millions of pixels, allow the viewer to zoom in on the most minute details whilst also conveying vast scale.
This technique results in images which are sometimes several feet long when printed.