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practicing panning

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by tweber, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. tweber

    tweber

    372
    Feb 12, 2005
    St. Louis
    I was practicing in my front yard and came up with this. Fun for a Sunday afternoon.

    Tom

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  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Wow good catch.

    Take alot of time practicing doesn't it.

    I know I can blow a hundred photos and maybe get a few sometimes. Thats the name of the game i guess.
     
  3. Greg

    Greg

    909
    Apr 5, 2005
    Fayetteville, TN
    Nice snatch. it's good practice especially with a long lens. if you look at the door seam you can see a bit of front to back motion remaining. but hey, still a good shot and great pan.
     
  4. Good way to practise, would never have thought of that!!
     
  5. tweber

    tweber

    372
    Feb 12, 2005
    St. Louis
    thx all

    You're right, Greg. It wasn't a perfect catch, but it was fun learning to set the shutter speed about right to freeze the car and blur the back and foreground. I also just liked the effect, catching the car between the hill in my yard and the colorful trees in the next.

    thanks, all for your comments.

    Tom
     
  6. Nice grab!! :)  :) 
     
  7. Fun thing to do and one that I do myself from time to time. Good job.
     
  8. Chris101

    Chris101

    Feb 2, 2005
    Arizona
    Looks great Tom! Perfect or not, you've really isolated the car against the background - and it's got a perfect feeling of motion.

    I was looking at the door seam though, and the line around the gas cap, and they show some motion, but the front of the door, and the fender seam behind the headlight are perfectly still. Now I'm trying to model what conditions might have caused that, and I;m gonna guess the car was turning?
     
  9. MontyDog

    MontyDog

    Jan 30, 2005
    #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax;
     
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