Posts Tagged ‘360 Degree Photography’

NCAD Graduate Show 2010 in 360° – Dublin

Monday, July 5th, 2010

On Friday, 11th June the NCAD (National College of Art & Design) Annual Graduate exhibition was opened.

The exhibition showing work by fine-art BA and MA graduates last for over a week. We were looking forward to seeing this show as we do every year. I think that NCAD does great job with encouraging students to experiment with art and to find the ways to express themselves. I prefer it much more than traditional forms, its much more emotional and can uncover real creativity.  Besides fine art, the exhibition showed work of graduates from other NCAD departments such as: textiles, ceramics, print, industrial design, fashion and graphic design.

The exhibition was definitely worth to look at,  I was happy to support the students and document their work.  This way, even if you missed it, you can enjoy the Virtual Tours of the event and feel like being there! Congratulations to all the graduates who took part in this exhibition and good luck in the future!

Click on thumbnails below for 360 Panoramic Photography

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Military Reenactments – 360 Photos from Collins Barracks

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Last week I visited Collin’s Barracks, where Military re-enactments and Model exhibition were taking place. Had a nice chat with a “Polish Soldier” – Eryk, he even let me play with the big machine gun you can see lying on the second shot… I’m happy I’m not a WW2 soldier, this thing is not light, at all! He told me about big reenactments taking place during long Public Holiday weekend. I will try to get there and shoot a virtual tour from the event. If I have time of course as we already shooting Life Festival and Bloom 2010 during the same weekend. What I’m saying of course I will do it! This is best thing about 360 Degree Photography – people are curious and love it so maybe they will let me shoot inside some old tank ;)

Enjoy 360 images below!



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