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    Lance Peters
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    Just a quick throw together from my trip to Cradle mountain.

    Shot handheld and quickly thrown together in Imovie - pretty basic but just wanted to test it out.

    Shot on the D3S.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW7fBreXGAg"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW7fBreXGAg[/ame]

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    Pretty impressive, Lance !

    You do those slow, smooth pans like a pro ! :)
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    Lance,

    Agree with Bill about your panning abilities so much better than mine. Which version of iMovie did you use?
    Thanks for sharing...
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    The version of IMOVIE that comes with Snow Leopard - really simple have final cut pro buut just did not have the time and wanted just to throw something together to test it out.


    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Wesley View Post
    Lance,

    Agree with Bill about your panning abilities so much better than mine. Which version of iMovie did you use?
    Thanks for sharing...
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    Lance,

    Thanks that's iMovie 09. It's a terrific little program. I use it too although I also have Final Cut Express.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Wesley View Post
    Lance,

    Thanks that's iMovie 09. It's a terrific little program. I use it too although I also have Final Cut Express.
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    With the panning I found (What works for me) was to plant your feet and dont move them - the Pans were done by twisting (as much as I could) my body from the waist up - I tried not to move my feet, Seemed to make a difference at least to my abilities.
    :)

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    Really nice Lance! Would not have guessed that you were hand-holding if you didn't mention it. What a fantastic place. I wanna go...
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    Excllent video Lance , liked it very much
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