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Bridge over Prinsengracht (at Prinsenstraat), Amsterdam

Photographic Prints

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$9.28
George Row

Derry, United Kingdom

Sizing Information

Small 10.0" x 8.0"
Medium 15.0" x 12.0"
Large 20.0" x 16.0"
X large 25.0" x 20.0"

Features

  • Superior quality silver halide prints
  • Archival quality Kodak Endura paper
  • Lustre: Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture
  • Metallic: Glossy finish and metallic appearance to create images with exceptional visual interest and depth

Reviews

Artist's Description

[Amsterdam, barge, bicycle, bridge, canal, capital city, challenge, city, Clothing, cushions, duvet, Europe, holiday, iPad cover, iPhone cover, Laptop cover, mugs, Netherlands, one feature, pedestrian, restaurant, Sold as Card, Sold, spring, streetscape, tote bag, way, winner, World Wide Panorama, Featured, four features, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 >4,000 >5,000 >6,000 views >7,000 >8,000 >9,000 >10,000 >11,000 >12,000 >13,000 views]


  1. 21st May 2015 View Count reached 13,000
  1. 7 th February 2015 Awarded its Nineth feature in the group Mugs World

The source images for this panorama were shot in Raw mode on a Canon EOS 5D with a 16mm Zenitar Manual Focus fisheye lens mounted via an EOS adapter.
This is a 45 Mega pixel image – it will look best as a really BIG print.
A typical scene in the centre of Amsterdam. It is early afternoon on an April day of sunshine and showers.
I didn’t have much time in Amsterdam on my recent trip to The Netherlands. This was the only panorama I shot on that part of the trip.
We were eating lunch in an excellent vegetarian restaurant just by this bridge. It is called De Bolhoed and I can heartily recommend it. If you walked over this bridge coming from the direction of Central Station it would be on your left.
While they were making the dessert I popped out and shot this panorama on the bridge that leads from Prinsenstraat to Prinsen Gracht.
In the minute or so that it took me to shoot the images for the panorama all manner of cyclists and pedestrians passed back and forth over the bridge. I captured only a few of them in this panorama.
You might also spot a tourist cruiser approaching the bridge along the canal.


History

  1. 21st May 2015 View Count reached 13,000
     
  2. 20th April 2015 View Count reached 12,000

 

  1. 18th March 2015 View Count reached 11,060
     
  2. 27 th February 2015 View Count reached 10,000
     
  3. 5th February 2015 View Count reached 9,005
     
  4. 30th December 2014 View Count reached 8,000
     
  5. 16 th September 2014 View Count has reached 6,005
     
  6. 22 nd July 2014 View Count has reached 5,155
     
  7. 30 th April 2014 View Count reached 4,000
     
  8. 24th December 2013 View Count reached 3,007
     
  9. 1st September 2013 Sold as a poster print
     
  10. 1st September 2013 Sold as a poster print
     
  11. 11 th May 2013 View Count reached 2,000
     
  12. 10th January 2013 A virtual reality version of this image has been featured in the World Wide Panorama projects “Best of The Year” selection.
     
  13. 25th October 2012 view count reached 1,000
     
  14. 17th October 2012 featured in the Bicycle group
     
  15. 17th October 2012 featured in the Best of RedBubble
     
  16. 7 July 2012 view count reached 510
     
  17. 29th May 2012 This Image was joint winner of the Surrealist Fantasy challenge in the Which Way group. Of course primary kudos should go to my joint winner whose photograph did not have the benefit of being the poster image for the challenge! :-)
     
  18. 15th May 2012 Sold as a Greetings Card (five copies)
     
  19. 13 May 2012 Featured in Artists Universe
     
  20. 12 May 2012 view count reached 218
     
  21. 3 May 2012 View Count reached 102
     
  22. 30th April 2012 Used as the poster Image for the Which Way with Surrealist Fantasy challenge
     
  23. 24th April 2012 after 24 hours this panorama has been viewed 36 times has had 8 Comments posted (not counting replies) on it and has been made a Favorite by 4 people.
     
  24. 23rd April 2012 Featured in Which Way
     
  25. 23rd April 2012 Uploaded to RedBubble
     
  26. 13th April 2012 Source Images shot on

Method

  1. This full 360° high dynamic range panorama was created by combining 33 separate photographs, at 45° intervals, covering every angle and with bracketed exposures.
    Those source images were shot in Raw mode on a Canon EOS 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.
    The quirks and flaws, which in this case (because of the many moving people and vehicles) were many, were corrected by hand in Photoshop.

Artwork Comments

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