Over the course of 3 years, photographer Ken Loutit took 1,000,000 photographs of Singapore. You can see the different scenes and scenery in the shots as he re-visited places to get shots of construction progress. If the 1 million photos wasn’t impressive enough, know that the above time-lapse used only about a quarter of those, and that the total space was 10 terabytes.
He used two camera bodies with old Nikon lenses that he modified himself by removing the aperture pins. Above I said there was 10TB of data he created, well instead of spending thousands of dollars on local RAID arrays, he had just one, and mirrored it to Google Drive for a backup. I bet Google loved that. 135MB/s internet speeds helped make the data collection and saving easier, I know I’d kill the server performance by uploading all of that here.