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Old Oct 16, 2006, 6:27 PM   #11
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Boily, here's some constructive feedback... Your panning technique is excellent, but most of the shots have no dynamic feeling to them. They appear static because the car is TOO focussed and is centered in the picture. When shooting a moving vehicle or an athlete or running animal, try to leave some space in front of it so it has "somewhere to go". Otherwise it appears to be sitting still. The pictures that capture this well are #s 2, 7, 10 and 15. #7 and #15 are my favorites for pure interest value.
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Boily, the Digital Camera World magazine has tips on panning shots. I've been reading them but not actually doing most of them. I get mine from Borders at around $13 a pop! I think they are imported from England.

I love the shots though. Was wondering were there just luxury cars in Canada for a minute then saw the scooter LOL! Just messing around with ya. The folks that actually looked your way gave me a huge chuckle as well.
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Thanks alot FaciaBrut for the constructive comment, I will try that really soon

Thank you Bursie for taking the time to look at them and comment :-)


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Ever tried vertical panning... like taking a shot of a highway panning with a single car from an overpass looking down... I have thought about it many times, but never taken any intitiative...
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great panning shots!! what shutter speeds? bolily? thanks
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