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    To Pan Or Not To Pan?

    There are no rules. Any setting or technique can be used for effect. Keep an open mind and don't be afraid to experiment.

    Both photos were taken at the same location with the Olympus Stylus 800 Digital.
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    Re: To Pan Or Not To Pan?

    Thanx John...a nice perspective on an age old question!!!! It gives us something think about!!!
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    Re: To Pan Or Not To Pan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    There are no rules. Any setting or technique can be used for effect. Keep an open mind and don't be afraid to experiment.

    Both photos were taken at the same location with the Olympus Stylus 800 Digital.

    I say PAN baby!

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