Orpheus The answer is quit

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The answer is quite simple and you already know it. it’s just hard to achieve. You need to do two shot and the tripod needs to be in the exact same spot for both shots. Then you have to figure out a away to pan the camera at the exact same speed for both shots. They have motorized telescope tripods. I would look into one of those…see if you can rig one up to hold a camera

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