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- 23rd May 2015 View Count has reached 5,005
- Featured in three Redbubble Groups: The Addicted Photographer , Around the World Theme Thursday – Feature Friday see History for details.
The source images for this panorama were shot in Raw mode on a Canon 5D with a 16mm Zenitar Manual Focus fisheye lens mounted via an EOS adapter.
This Stereographic panorama shows Niamh, Donncha and Moya (two sisters and their brother) enjoying the six seater swing at the Pennyburn Play Trail in Derry, N. Ireland.
It was shot as part of the World Wide Panorama project’s Family event. It is available on the WWP site in Virtual Reality form.
This swing is in one of a series of interconnected play areas along the Pennyburn play trail.
The Play Trail was created (and is operated) by a consortium of local community, local government and educational organisations with funding from several charitable trusts.
During the school day it is used by children from local schools and once the school day is over it is available to young people from the local community.
There are three versions of this image here. As well as this one there is:
History of this image on Redbubble
- 6 th January 2015 View Count reached 4,000
- 1st April 2014 View Count reached 3,000
- 24 th February 2013 View Count reached 2,000
- 23rd April 2012 View count passed 1,000
- 25th March 2012 featured in Around the World
- 9th Jan 2012 featured in Theme Thursday – Feature Friday
- 3rd Jan 2012 View count reached 508
- 31st December 2011 Joint winner of the Children at Play challenge in the ShutterBugs group (as the The Addicted Photographer group is now known)
- 26th October 2011 featured in The Addicted Photographer
- 17 July 2011 View count reached 102 – it had been made a favourite by 8 people and had been commented on 14 times
- 30 June 2011 Uploaded to Redbubble
- This full 360° high dynamic range panorama was created by combining 27 separate photographs covering every angle and with bracketed exposures.
Those source images were shot in Raw mode on a Canon 5D with a 16mm Zenitar Manual Focus fisheye lens mounted via an EOS adapter. They were shot in groups of three bracketed exposures (from -2 stops to +2 stops).
They were then stitched and blended together using a program called Hugin, which in turn invoked a program called Enfuse to create the High Dynamic Range effect.