... where it's not about the camera.
I'd say it was an animation drawing. What an eye!
What is the best way to take a picture from a moving vehicle without 1) damn near causing a wreck or 2) ending up with the image being spun an unhelpful 33 degrees?
Chris... my advice is to not do it while driving. Don't try this at home. I don't understand question 2.
I'll occasionally rest the camera on my dash and fire off a couple of shots and look later to see if I have anything. It usually requires a lot of rotating/cropping to get much.
Question two was still part of question one. When I take a picture from a moving vehicle, I can never get it level and it always ends up sideways.Jerry answered it, though, by saying to just do some roating and cropping.
Oh yeah, I always do some rotating and cropping on those. I understand the question now. Some of the shots I do from a moving vehicle (don't try this at home!) I'm not even looking at the camera. I'm always careful to stay safe and keep my eyes on the road, but sometimes I know there's a great sunset or something off to one direction so I just hold the camera up that way and fire off 5 or 10 shots. It's surprising how often I can crop a decent photo out of those.
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