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    Default Re: TOY-ota

    The difference between a panning shot and a tracking shot (at least to me) is that in a panning shot, the camera remains at the same location and turns to keep the subject in the viewfinder. A tracking shot has the camera moving along with the subject at roughly the same speed, distance and direction. The effects are subtly different.

    Rig shots would be classified as a tracking shot.

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    Default Re: TOY-ota

    dude I see you are still active in photography Hope to see soon!

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    Default Re: TOY-ota

    Tracking shots are also a lot more difficult to execute technically

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