This shot was done on the same set as the Sumo Skiers. I wanted to do a skying shot we we left the backdrop up for several days. We moved the backdrop back and fourth to create the blur. There was tungsten light on the Back drop and I let the shutter go for a 1/4th of a second. That gave us the blur.
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