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(September 20-24, 2006)

Gary O'Brien

Aboard the North Carolina Ferry Chicamacomico

Brian O'Reilly

'Airside' at a Departures Gate of the New Terminal

Cork Airport, Cork City, Ireland

14h40 Wednesday 20 September

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© 2006 Brian O'Reilly, All Rights Reserved.

Cork Airport - Ireland's Southerly Gateway to the World!

Located on the outskirts of Cork City on Ireland's south coast, Cork Airport is one of the fastest-growing regional airports in Europe.

Its new passenger terminal opened on August 1 last to cater for an anticipated 3 million passengers in 2006. This will be rising to 5 million in the medium term.

I want to be one of those passengers many, many times...
Take a look at some more views of the New Terminal at Cork Airport here http://www.fourplusfour.com/transportation.html

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Nikon D70s with Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye lens. 360Precision panoramic head. Images processed in Nikon Capture, PTGui and Adobe Photoshop. Panorama built in CubicConverter - All on a Macintosh of course :-)
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
This panorama required some careful planning. The interior has many reflective surfaces and 'specular highlights'. We used 5 separate exposures which were blended together to give an accurate tonal appearance of bright v. dark areas. In addition - we had to use very slow shutter speeds so that peoples faces would blur - thus reducing the possibility of 'invading privacy'. The airport was busy, we had to wait some time to catch a relatively quiet time. Also - do you have any idea of how many people at an airport wear bright reflective jackets? They are a nightmare as they really show up if they move between shots. The solution - I asked them to hide out of sight - and they did. Many thanks to all at the airport who facilitated this shoot.

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