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About George Row
I’ve been a computer programmer in the telecoms industry, a computer science academic, an online-media producer, but I have always been a Photographer – at present I am specialising in Panoramic Photography.

What I like about panoramic photography is that after a decade of composing panoramic images I am still learning about it!

Originally my 360° panoramas were only accessible as immersive virtual reality images on the computer. Over the last few years I have been experimenting with ways of making prints of those panoramas.

Having tried a few methods the “stereographic projection” has proved to be the most effective. It typically turns the immersive panorama into a “little planet “ as if the horizon in a landscape was the edge of a globe. I also sometimes make images from the panoramas that look like a conventional photograph but may actually take in more than 180° of the view.

I am based in Derry in Northern Ireland and many of my early panoramic images were of that town and the surrounding area. My website veryderry.com provides the visitor with a virtual tour of the city.

I have a huge collection of panoramic images from throughout Ireland that I have shot over the last few years. While my initial gallery here was of panoramas of Derry, as I have worked through my backlog of photography I have been adding to my collection here, panoramic images from throughout Ireland in general.

My Ness Glen panorama turned out to be something that the Judges at the SoJIE-10 Earth-Day exhibition liked! :-)

               
              August 2011 Juried                 Best in Show
            Invitational Exhibition       SoJie 10, April 2011

 


 

I also added a collection of wild-flower photographs for a calendar I created at the start of the year.

While I was uploading the wild flower photographs in preparation for the calendar I researched the captions and added the flowers to the group Wild Flowers of the World and as a result the kind folk who run that group made me a Forever-Featured member.

I have been made a featured member of a total of Twelve RedBubble groups:

    Through the eye of the Lens    
       
            This and That    
     
        Around The World
  ShutterBugs    
            Circles of the World  
             
  Nature Photography Challenge         Theme Thursday Feature Friday    
  Bicolour Beauties       Historic Sites    

George Row
VeryIreland

  • Joined: March 2010

Journal

Lola la-la-la-la Lola, Host Hello La Lolaaaa it's Host Hullabalooo

  / I’m happy to have a Gallery featured in HOST HULLABALOO!, / celebrating the hosts of RedBubble. This 4th annual event / is produced and sponsored by the Solo Exhibition group. / / /   / Below is a clickable “tear sheet” from the George Row Gallery at the 4th Annual Host Hullabaloo! / please click it to go straight to my gallery there. / View all of th…
Posted over 1 year – 21 comments

A taste of Halloween 2012 in Derry

I bring you a slideshow of photographs taken on the streets of Derry on Halloween night 2012. /         [Video] / This would be best viewed at full screen. Hit that box [   ] icon – bottom right of the video! / Halloween is always a big night in Derry. It started taking off, during the worst of times in the 70s and 80s, simply from ordinary Derry people dressing…
Posted almost 2 years – 7 comments

World Wide Panorama - "Heritage" event

Each quarter for the last eight years, the World Wide Panorama project has organised an event, in which photographers from all over the world co-ordinate with each other, to each shoot a panorama on a particular theme on the same weekend. Each event’s collection gives a snapshot of the world that weekend. / I described the process in a journal entry two years ago. / This time the theme …
Posted about 2 years – 2 comments

Feature Friday!

Today six of my panoramic photographs have been featured together in the group “Theme Tuesday Featured Friday” / I have to say a big “Thank You!” to Joanne for this. / I played her “Theme Tuesday Featured Friday” game, by thinking up a theme, in my case “Against the Sky” and selecting a group of her photographs that fitted with the theme. / In ret…
Posted over 2 years – 4 comments