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Old Jun 7, 2005, 8:31 PM   #1
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How did you achieve this pan shot? The people on every floor are detailed very nicely. That is what impresses me about this shot. The people and I see a helicopter as well.
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Nice study! it's got one of those, "sit,look and see more all the time" aspects to it.

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How did you achieve this pan shot? The people on every floor are detailed very nicely. That is what impresses me about this shot. The people and I see a helicopter as well.
I took average readings and set the camera to manual mode. I then changed the display to grid format, and then froze my body against a wall while taking both halves. The picture was split at the floor above the helicopter.



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Nice study! it's got one of those, "sit,look and see more all the time" aspects to it.

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