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GP75 Bristol Savages art exhibition in the Wigwam 2010 and "Find the Cuddly Monkey 4!!" by Keith Rodgerson

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About This Gigapan

Taken by
Keith Rodgerson Keith Rodgerson
Explore score
2.79 Gigapixels
Date added
May 16, 2010
Date taken
May 16, 2010

Epic 100


The Bristol Savages is a society whose members are interested in the visual and performing arts as well as good fun and fellowship. The annual exhibition and sale of members' paintings is held each May in the Wigwam, a purpose built, and some might say, eccentric, building in the grounds of the Elizabethan Red Lodge in Park Row, Bristol. Over the years, members have included many very accomplished artists. Enjoy exploring the 2010 exhibition. If you click the "View in Google Earth" link you can see it as a 360degree shot!!
This Gigapan was extremely frustrating to take as the exhibition was open to the public and had many visitors during the 2 hours I was there. I was continually stopping and retaking shots which had bits of people in them. I also had to replace some of the carpet and black drape shots as one or two were inexplicably missing. Interestingly I also replaced the Steward afterwards as the Gigapan stitching software split him in two. I used the "Place" command in Photoshop to put in the single frame in which he appeared whole. Another first!!!
This 360 degree gigapan comprises 871 shots (67x13) taken on my Canon Sx1 at about 200mm equivalent focal length.
A big external battery providing 7.5 volts to both Gigapan and Camera made it all possible. See the 2011 gallery at gigapan.org/gigapans/76701/
More about the Savages at www.bristol-savages.org Will open in a new tab or window/
Don't forget to Find the Cuddly Monkey!! and to look at my other Gigapans by putting rodgopan superpan in the search box!! Why not start with this one? www.gigapan.org/gigapans/39440/

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  1. karl kindt

    karl kindt (December 03, 2010, 04:22PM )

    I am a social scientist studying how groups like this impact a society and the members and would appreciate any reflections you all may have on this theme especially how a gigapan image can help others better understand what you are all about. Karl Kindt kkindt@earthlink.net

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