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About Those Bad Camera Angles At The VP Debate

Many viewers to the Vice Presidential Debate felt the camera angles were awful. While viewers might not have been able to know exactly what bothered them, they were right. Some of the camera angles violated a basic rule of television and distracted attention away from the candidates words. Here's what likely happened. Very often during the debate, Sen. Tim Kaine, on the left both on stage and in the split-screen effect, was seen looking off to the left side of the screen in a very uncomfortable angle as he looked at the moderator Elaine Quijano.
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