I still think that you misunderstood the whole point, but I'm done with explaining myself.
Also, one of the motions I use involves a very SHORT amount of time at a "hold" position. Rather than changing motion in one fell swoop (position, tilt, zoom...), I use a small amount of "stationary" time before the changed motion begins. This can be on the order of 0.1 to 0.25 or so seconds.
It's just another technique and it applies to many types of motion effects. A "tip" if you will. It can improve the appearance of an effect in a small way that the viewer may not consciously be aware of, but which they'll appreciate.
a few highly experienced members. How unfortunate...
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When are you going to learn the difference between artistic differences and differing opinion? Nobody was getting on anyone's case. In the process of airing differing views, tastes, technique, and tips, the reader gets a more varied input on the process of creating a show. And EACH of us, Mona, Dick, Barbara, and myself added useful information on the subject, from different positions. Where's yours?
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