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Patricio Armijo

The Border of the Road

Eric Anderson

On the Set and Behind the Scene

Huntington Beach, California, USA

3/16/06 8:30 PM PST

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© 2006 Eric Anderson, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

When thinking of borders the one that came to mind for me was one that I work next to all the time. It’s the border of in front of the camera and behind the scene. It is also a border I never intentionally cross. As a camera operator I always stand behind the scene.

On Thursday, March 16th I was working on a live television broadcast of a PBS (Public Broadcast System) Pledge Drive when I shot this panorama. Using my “Small Pano setup”, a Sony DSC-W5, .45 wide angle lens and a Nodal-Ninja head I jumped in front of my camera and quickly shot this pano during a five minute tape in the live broadcast. The talent that night was Maria Hall-Brown and Rick Milkey, two KOCE-TV on air personalities.

I have been doing these live broadcasts for the last 25 years. This is the first time I have brought a camera into the studio to record what I do. Thanks for looking.

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Location

USA-Canada / USA-California

Lat: 33° 44' 2" N
Long: 118° 0' 7.96" W

Elevation: 13 feet

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Equipment

Sony DSC-W5 5.1 MP camera, .45 wide angel lens & Nodal Ninja head on a Bogen monopod.

Behind the scene

This was shot in the studios of KOCE-TV Huntington Beach, California during a live broadcast. I used PTgui, Photoshop and PANO2QTVR to produce the final images.
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