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Kilcar Main Street - Sky Out

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Sizing Information

Small 8.0" x 11.2"
Medium 12.0" x 16.8"
Large 16.0" x 22.4"
X large 20.0" x 28.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching



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Artist's Description

[ Calendar 2015, Clothing, crossroads, Donegal, duvet, HDR, houses, iPad cover, iPhone cover, Kilcar, lamppost, Laptop cover, main street, mugs, panorama, planet, postcard, road, Slieve League, SW Donegal, shops, sky out, streetscape, summer, throw pillows, tote bag, village, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 >4,000 >5,000 >6,000 >7,000 >8,000, >9,000 >10,000 views Featured, seven features]

  1. 24 th February 2016 Awarded its seventh feature in the group Home Town Photography
  1. 5 th February 2016 View Count reached 10,000

Featured in seven RB groups – see History below for details.

It is the Cover Image of my 2016 (or 2017) (remember to set the year when ordering) calendar called “Panoramic Views of Ireland”

The source images were shot in Raw-mode on a Canon EOS 5d DSLR with a 16 mm Zenitar fisheye lens.

This stereographic panorama was shot on the main street of the village of Kilcar, in SW Donegal, Ireland.
Kilcar is located on the main tourist route between the fishing port of Killybegs and the sea cliffs of Slieve League (the highest sea cliffs in Europe).
This is part of my new postcard range. You can follow on to another gorgeous Very Ireland Post card .
Kilcar is promoted as “the gateway to the Donegal Gaeltacht ”. At one end of the main street is a church at the other end are two textile factories. (Donegal’s primary tweed weavers.) In between there are a few shops and five pubs.
The two visitors (I guess from the accents that they were German) on the bench outside the pub took a keen interest in watching my back while I took the shots needed for this panorama, calling out “Do not DIE for your art!” whenever a vehicle loomed up. Most drivers were patient – there was only one occasion when I had to grab the tripod and dive for the pavement!

It is one of a pair of stereographic panoramas both generated from the same set of images. The other is


          This image is also available as part of a calendar
                        Panoramic views of Ireland      

History of this Image on RedBubble

  1. 24 th February 2016 Awarded its seventh feature in the group Home Town Photography
  2. 5 th February 2016 View Count reached 10,000
  3. 3th April 2015 View Count reached 8,000
  4. 29 th December 2014 View Count reached 7,000
  5. 3rd July 2014 View Count has reached 6,005
  6. 24 th November 2013 View Count has reached 5,008
  1. 30th November 2012 View count reached 3,000 views
  2. 22nd April 2012 featured in Featured For A Challenge
  3. 20th December 2011 Featured in Freelance Photographer
  4. 23 Oct 2011 Featured in Superbly Visual
  5. 30th Sept. 2011 view count 500
  6. 17 Sept 2011 Featured in Artists Universe
  7. 23 July 2011 Featured in Alphabet Soup
  8. 23rd Nov. 2010 view count 100
  9. 12th Nov 2010 Featured in “Weekly Theme Challenges”
  10. 15th Sept. 2010 uploaded to RedBubble


Photographic Method and Processing detail
The panorama was created by combining 27 separate digital photographs covering every angle and with bracketed exposure. Hence the HDR effect with detail both in the most brightly lit areas and in the shadows.
Nine separate “shots” were taken: six horizontal at 60° intervals, two down at the ground and one up at the sky. Each “shot” was actually three bracketed exposures: a middle, a +2 stops and a -2 stops.
Hugin delegates the generation of the High Dynamic Range effect to a program called “Enfuse” which does the exposure blending it is a close cousin of the “Enblend” program that it invokes for blending the joins.
The Source images were shot in Raw-mode on a Canon EOS 5d DSLR with a 16 mmm fisheye lens, and were stitched and blended into a HDR Panorama using Hugin – a free open-source panorama stitching program.

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