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  1. Richard Thompson
    November 14, 2010 @ 4:42 am

    The site at Mallorca looks fabulous. Just being there must transport one to a different mode of existence.
    Movie camera technique is frequently described in the camera’s instruction manual. Basically, one almost never sweeps the camera across the scene to be filmed. That method is reserved for situations where one is seeking to create a special effect on the audience. One simply jumps from one field to another, if possible stopping the camera before moving to the the next field. Generally spend between 1/2 and 2 seconds at each field. Our eyes work that way. Watch someone’s eyes and you will see them flicking from one field to the next.

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