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Capturing 'the moment'
Millions of people will witness what will possibly be the most photographed moment in U.S. history -- the moment Barack Obama places his hand on the Bible and takes the oath of office. We want to see your shots of Obama getting sworn in. Whether you're close or far away from the stage, show us your view of history. With the help of Microsoft Photosynth, you and CNN photographers will collectively capture the most detailed experience of a single moment ever. Here's what you do: 1. Take one photo of the moment when Obama takes the oath. If you have a digital camera with a zoom lens, take three photos (wide-angle, mid-zoom, full-zoom) 2. E-mail each photo as soon as possible to themoment@cnn.com (one photo per message, 10MB size limit). Don't forget to include your name in the message if you'd like to appear in the list of the contributors. Please only send in photos you took yourself. 3. Go to cnn.com/themoment to see all of the photos in our photosynth!
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