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Panorama Shooting: Photographing several overlapping images in succession that can be joined in the computer using software.
Shooting Guard: Generally, the player who takes the majority of the shots from the perimeter, many of which are three-point attempts.
Shooting Pocket: Also referred to as the triple-threat position.
Shooting Script: Generally speaking, a written description of a program, wherein each scene is described shot-by-shot. (Terms used to describe different types of scripts vary considerably within the televisi . . . View Full Definition
Troubleshooting: The act of determining the cause of a problem through a series of tests and/or queries.
Shooting Angle: The angle determined by the position of the shooting player in relation to the goal at the moment he shoots the puck.
Preset Focus Shooting: Technique in which focus is set at a predetermined setting and the shutter is released when the subject moves into the focus point.
Outside Shooting: Shots taken from the perimeter.
Overshooting: The tendency of a pool of MBS to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, especially if two or more years have passed since the . . . View Full Definition
Panorama: Picture presenting a continuous view of the landscape, produced either by using a panoramic camera or from a composite of several images.
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