Find your face in the crowd at Kauffman Stadium at Game One of the World Series

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Attention Royals fans! If you’re going to be at Game One of the World Series, you’re likely to get photographed by veteran sports photographer David Bergman. What’s more, you can tag yourself in his panorama pictures.

Bergman, is assigned by MLB.com to shoot GigaPan panoramas at all World Series games. The images allow fans to actually see their face in the crowd and tag themselves on social media. This opportunity is made possible by stitching together hundreds of images taken over a span of about half an hour to an hour. The final hi-res files are some two gigapixels and larger, allowing fans to actually find themselves and see facial detail in the stadium panorama photos.

Bergman was at the 2012 All Star Game at Kauffman Stadium and took this photo. Other Royals games Bergman has photographed can be found on KC’s TagOramic page on MLB.com, which is where Game One of the World Series will also be posted.