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(September 20-24, 2006)

Toni Garbasso


Guillaume Fulchiron

Transported on the Dance Floor

Valence, France

September 22, 2006, around 1.00 AM

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© 2006 Guillaume Fulchiron, All Rights Reserved.

Who has never been transported by music ? Whatever the style, the music causes emotion on each human being and in certain cases some are pushed by a furious desire to move their body. To illustrate that matter, I decided to go out to shoot my panoramas at "Nénette et Marcel", our town well known bar for its musical ambiance. Fortunately this Thursday September 21 wasn't too crowded, otherwise I couldn't imagine where extend my tripod legs. From this old brocante boutique, the bar kept an atypical and heteroclite decoration which surprise at first sight. As Chris, who was at the mix table this night, the DJ's make people gets up from their chair into rhythmic transportation.

I must say that lighting conditions were the worst I've rarely came across. You can observe a very important grain due to the 1600 ISO of the sensor… In fact my pano is much lighter than in reality.

I thank Natachaï for her help with live audio capture.

You can see a couple more panos and listen some ambiance sound at this page : www.animatif.com/wwp/transportation.htm

Europe / France

Lat: 44° 56' 6.36" N
Long: 4° 53' 51.69" E

Elevation: 426 ft

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D70, Sigma 8mm, Manfrotto tripod and head, PTgui, PanocubePlus, Neat Image, Audacity

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