Dusk Shoreline near Moville, Donegal (Rectangular)

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George Row

Derry, United Kingdom

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Small 12.0" x 6.0"
Medium 18.0" x 9.0"
Large 24.0" x 12.0"
Note: Image size. Matboard and frame increase size of final product

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Artist's Description

[360, blue, blue sky, Canon EOS 5d, coastal, clothing, cushions, Donegal, dusk, duvet, equirectangular, Featured-RB, Greencastle, Hugin, HDR, high res., Inishowen, iPad cover, iPhone, Ireland, Laptop cover, Lough Foyle, landscape, leggings, Moville, panorama, mugs, pink, reflection, rocks, scenery, scenic, sea, seascape, sky, Sold as Card, Sold as Print, still, sunset, throw pillows, tote bag, twilight, walk, water, wide format, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 >4,000 >5,000 >6,000 >7,000 >8,000 >9,050, >10,000 >11,000 >12,000 >13,000 >14,000 >15,000 >16,000 >17,000 >18,000 views, fifteen features, winners]


  1. 31st May 2015 View Count reached 18,000
  1. 6 th November 2014 Joint Winner the challenge for My Best Stitched Panorama in the group Stitched Panoramas
  1. 17 th October 2014 Achieved its fifteenth feature in the group Stitched Panoramas

 
This 360° panorama was taken at twilight on the shoreline of Lough Foyle between the town of Moville and the fishing port of Greencastle on the Eastern coast of the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland.

In the nineteenth century Moville was the final embarkation point for many emigrants who left this area for a new life in America. In the mid-twentieth century Moville had many of the qualities of a sea-side town for outings by the population of the City of Derry which lies twenty miles up river.

The panorama is shown here as an equi-rectangular image with a 2:1 aspect ratio, that is, it represents a 360° view left to right and 180°s top to bottom.

The same scene is also available here as a Stereographic panorama:


Method

  1. This High Dynamic Range (HDR) panoramic image was created by combining 27 separate digital photographs covering every angle and with bracketed exposures (mid and +/- 2 stops). Hence the detail has been captured both in the brightest areas of the sky and in the shadows between the rocks. The photographs were shot under pressure as the tide came in, widening the gaps between the rocks on which the tripod stood.

The source images were shot on a Canon EOS 5d DSLR with a 16mm fisheye lens and stitched together using the free open-source program Hugin, which in turn invokes a program called Enfuse to blend the exposures and create the HDR effect.

Because of the way that it was created this is a very high resolution image (the equivalent of about 32-megapixels). It′s capable of delivering very fine detail even when printed at massive sizes.

I have written a short journal entry introducing the method by which these panoramas are created, it is called:
“Creating a Stereographic Panorama – the Basic Idea”

 


History of This Image on RedBubble

  1. This was the first image that I uploaded that was not a stereographic panorama. Here is its history starting with recent events and working back:
     
  2. 31st May 2015 View Count reached 18,000
     
  3. 5th April 2015 View Count reached 16,000
     
  4. 9th March 2015 View Count reached 15,025
     
  5. 10th February 2015 View Count reached 14,000
     
  6. 14th January 2015 View Count reached 13,000
     
  7. 25th December 2014 View Count reached 12,000
     
  8. 11th November 2014 View Count reached 11,000
     
  9. 6 th November 2014 Joint Winner the challenge for My Best Stitched Panorama in the group Stitched Panoramas
     
  10. 4 th September 2014 View Count reached 10,000
     
  11. 11th July 2014 View Count reached 9,050
     
  12. 8th May 2014 View Count reached 8,005
     
  13. 29 th March 2014 Tied for first place in the Panorama Challenge in the group This, That, and the Other Thing
     
  14. 21st February 2014 View Count reached 7,000
     
  15. 11 th October 2013 View Count has reached 6,006
     
  16. 27 th July 2013 Achieved its fourteenth feature in the group 5000 Views
     
  17. 23rd July 2013 View Count has reached 5,502
     
  18. 5 th June 2013 Achieved its Thirteenth feature in the group A Meaningful Moment
     
  19. 30 th May 2013 Achieved its Twelfth feature in the group World wide Sunsets
     
  20. 26 th May 2013 Won the Wide Outdoors challenge in the Low Light group.
     
  21. 18 th May 2013 Achieved its Eleventh feature in the group 5
     
  22. 15th May 2013 View Count has reached 5,017
     
  23. 2nd March 2013 Achieved its Tenth features in the group A Paradise somewhere…
     
  24. 26th January 2013 Sold as an iPhone cover
     
  25. 11th January 2013 View count reached 4,004 views
     
  26. 25th September 2012 View count reached >3,000 views
     
  27. 10th July 2012 Sold as a 18″×9″ Print to someone in the USA
     
  28. 17th August 2011 it had been viewed 1001 times
     
  29. 17th January 2011 it had been viewed 501 times and made a favourite by 10 people.
     
  30. 9th May 2010 Sold as a Greetings Card
     
  31. 24th April 2010 it had been viewed 102 times
     
  32. 10th April 2010 uploaded to RedBubble

It has been featured by fifteen Redbubble groups, including:
 

  1. 5
     
  2. “Canon DSLR”
     
  3. “The World as we See it”
     
  4. “The landscapes of our world”
     
  5. “Beachscapes” .
     
  6. “Theme Thursday – Feature Friday”
     
  7. 25rd February 2012 Zingers
     
  8. 4th March 2012 Serenity
     
  9. 7th September 2012 Featured for the Eighth time in red ubble group this time in the group featured For a Challenge
     
  10. 21 st February 2013 Achieved its Nineth feature in the group A Paradise somewhere…
     
  11. 2nd March 2013 Achieved its Tenth features in the group A Paradise somewhere…
     
    #26 July 2011 RedBubble highlighted this image on its Featured Photographs page – it suddenly had over 100 views in a couple of hours.
     

 

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