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    Movement photography: camera panning techniques to convey a sense of speed

    | Photography Tutorials | Tutorials | 26/04/2013 14:02pm
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    3 simple steps to panning like a pro

    3 simple steps to panning like a pro: step 1

    Set manual focus
    For subjects whose position you can predict, such as cars on a track, you’ll get the best results 
by setting manual focus and pre-focusing on the point where you’ll be shooting the subject. For erratically moving subjects you’ll need to set predictive focusing.

     

    3 simple steps to panning like a pro: step 2

    Check your speed
    With the camera set to shutter priority mode, set a shutter speed  that’s appropriate to the pace of the subject you’re shooting. For fast-moving subjects such as cars, start at around 1/250 sec. Reduce this for slower subjects.

     

    3 simple steps to panning like a pro: step 3

    Keep it smooth
    The best panning technique is to keep your movement as smooth as possible. Start your pan well before you begin shooting, and even more important, continue tracking the subject well after you’ve finished taking your shots, to eliminate jerky movement.

    PAGE 1: What is panning?
    PAGE 2: 3 simple steps to panning like a pro
    PAGE 3: How to choose the best shutter speed for movement photography
    PAGE 4: Final tips for taking successful panning photos

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    Posted on Friday, April 26th, 2013 at 2:02 pm under Photography Tutorials, Tutorials.

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