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Performing Arts

(September 17-22, 2009)

Kerry Rudy

Deputy Performing His Duty

George Row

The Shadowmen- Rehearsal Workshop

Echo Echo Studio, Waterside Theatre, Derry. Ireland

September 22, 2009, 15:20

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© 2009 George Row, All Rights Reserved.

"The Shadowmen" is a musical theatre production on climate change. It was written by Debbie Caulfield with songs and music by Rea Curran; directed by Steve Batts; produced by Pat Byrne (Sole Purpose Productions).

This panorama shows the cast and musicians during a rehearsal workshop at the Echo Echo dance studio.

The performers were moving as the images making up this panorama were shot hence some of them occur more than once in this image.

Steve Batts, the Director and Choreographer, can be seen at the far end of the studio sitting cross-legged on the floor.

"The Shadowmen" will open in the Waterside Theatre on October 13, 2009.

The poster says:
"This groundbreaking and entertaining musical theatre production investigates the issue of climate change and sustainable development through drama music and movement"
I shot two version of this panorama. Right up to the last minute I was not sure whether I would use The first panorama shot in the Echo Echo dance studio or the second also shot at the Echo Echo dance studio in the Waterside Theatre.

What do you think? Did I pick the right one?

Lots of panoramas of Derry at http://veryderry.com/

Europe / UK-Northern Ireland

Lat: 54° 59' 45.6" N
Long: 8° 19' 26.71" W

Elevation: 40m

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Shot with a Canon EOS 5D, Zenitar 16mm fisheye f/2.8 lens. The camera was mounted on a Kaiden Kiwi panorama adapter on a Manfrotto 190XDB tripod.

Horizontal photographs were taken at 60° angles and also a floor and ceiling shot. Each "shot" consisted of three bracketed exposures. some extra horizontal shots were included to catch the movement of the performers.

A total of 27 separate images were combined using Hugin in order to achieve this High Dynamic Range type result.

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