Jerry Spagnoli sent Robin Dreyer a dageurreotype he made at the inauguration, so Robin's wife Tammy went into David Bergman's Gigapan image and was able to locate Jerry in the crowd. He's behind his Deardorff 8x10, so Robin sent Jerry a screen shot to confirm. Jerry said it was him all right—right there next to Annie Leibovitz. Robin thinks it might mark the first time an 8-10 'Dorff has appeared in a Gigapan image.
You can see Jerry's shot here.
In a semi-related item, our friend Stephen Crowley posted a short video called "The White House Spray" at the Times. The video is crude, but gives you a very accurate impression of what a 30-second White House photo op is like for the photographers! Susana Raab, who sent me the link, says, "I love the part where the female photog says, 'I thought we were walking' as the herd storms ahead." Very enlightening.
(Thanks to Robin Dreyer and Susana Raab)
Featured Comment by Charles Mason: "This is like a Where's Waldo. I found David Burnett with his Speed Graphic, too. Cool experience dragging around this image and seeing a million moments that all occurred at once."