(and if you care to inform me as to how to find info in a shot)
Originally Posted by cartalk
In windows, you can right click on the picture, go to properties, and go to the details tab to see EXIF information. I re-sized the pic from original, but most of the info is still there.
Actually, light is behind me, we're driving west bound, and I took the shot around 10:00am, you can see somewhat on the shadow of my 987, it's facing forward.
The camera I was using is a Canon EOS 60d, with a Quantaray 18-200 lens. I stuck the camera in P mode, I forget what light setting I had it on (probably sunlight) and just kinda aimed out the window, snapped a few shots, and this was the best of them.
A few of my favorites stolen from NSXPrime.
More can be found http://www.nsxprime.com/forum/showthread.php?t=134988
And I personally think there's a difference between a rolling shot and a panning shot. Some pics in the is thread are the latter. I'd also say that a rig shot is another thing, too. Though, much closer to a rolling shot than a panning shot. Semantics, maybe.
EDIT: And "...no pre/post enhancements..." Wut?