Fort Moultrie's rear facade

Fort Moultrie 1860

Videos & Stills

Videos

Spin Dioramas

Rotating interactive 3D images, which can be clicked on and moved around at will, so as to show any desired viewing-angle or spin-pattern:

Spin-diorama of a 24-pounder cannon
Spin-diorama of a 32-pounder cannon showing all the parts of a cannon

Because of their integrated software, Spin Dioramas can only be accessed and viewed on Battlefields in Motion’s website, not being downloadable.

Stereoscopic Animations

Pairings of historic photographs, overlaid and activated in tandem so as to enhance their originally-intended 3D effects, as well as to impart a faint sense of movement:

Stereoscopic animation of Brevet Maj.-Gen. Robert Anderson, ca. 1865, by Mathew Brady Another Brady side-portrait of Maj.-Gen. S. Wylie Crawford, ca. 1864-1865, in stereoscopic animation Stereoscopic animation of a pair of formal photographs of Maj.-Gen. Abner Doubleday and his wife Mary, taken in Mathew Brady’s studio in Washington, D.C., ca. 1864 Stereoscopic animation of Doubleday as a Brigadier General of Volunteers, 1862 Maj.-Gen. John G. Foster, as photographed ca. 1863 in Mathew Brady’s studio in Washington, D. C. R.S. Ripley as a private citizen, in the post-war era, ca. late 1860s. (Library of Congress) Sherman as a Major-General in 1865; stereoscopic animation of a pair of Mathew Brady photographs Animated stereoscopic photos by Brady, of Doubleday as a Brigadier General, 1862

Medium-resolution versions of our Stereoscopic Animations are freely available for viewing or downloading on Battlefields in Motion’s website, while higher-resolution versions — detailed enough to be projected or exhibited on large screens — will soon be available for purchase.

Animated GIFs

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Portraits

Images of different historic figures who either performed a tour of duty, or were otherwise associated with Fort Moultrie:

Portrait of John Lane Gardiner Robert Anderson Portrait Braxton Bragg Portrait George Smith Cook Portrait Samuel Wylie Crawford's Portrait Adbner Doubleday Portrait John Gray Foster Portrait William Tecumseh Sherman Portrait Roswell Sabin Ripley Portrait Daguerreotype of Sherman’s brother John, three years William’s junior, as he appeared in 1846. John Sherman would later become a U.S. Senator, Secretary of the Treasury, and Secretary of State Alexander Macomb Portrait Major” R. S. Ripley in private civilian clothes, ca. January 1861, by George S. Cook Ripley in the uniform of a Confederate Brigadier General, ca. 1861; portrait taken by George S. Cook of Charleston Ripley as he appeared late in life; his obituary-picture in a New York newspaper, “from a photograph by Mora” Anderson, his overcoat turned back to reveal the Major’s oak-cluster on his shoulder-strap, as photographed by Brady in 1861 Crawford as a Brigadier General of Union volunteer infantry, 1862, with two of his staff officers. (US National Archives) Daguerreotype of Col. William Gates, believed to have been taken upon his return from the Mexican War, ca. 1848, by Mathew Brady. (Library of Congress) 30-year-old U.S. Artillery Capt. John M. Schofield, photographed as a newly-promoted Brigadier General of Volunteers in Mathew Brady’s Washington studio, late 1861

Medium-resolution versions of these Portraits are freely available for viewing or downloading on Battlefields in Motion’s website; higher-resolution versions will soon be available for purchase.

Elevation Views

Elongated profile-views of the computer-graphic recreation of Fort Moultrie, as seen from various different camera-angles:

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All will soon be available for purchase, as individual posters or prints.

Stills

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Scrapbook

Compilation of 50 Battlefields in Motion production-stills, specially selected so as to illustrate the evolution of our computer-graphic recreation of Fort Moultrie:

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All are individually available as free downloads, or can be downloaded together in a single pdf-file.