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    Default Re: Question on Panning shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Timolol View Post
    Try increasing the shutter speed (which will make the background less blur) or practicing more =) keep 'aiming' at the vehicle as you press the shutter.

    My two cents, I'm still a newbie so do correct if I'm wrong.
    After pressing the shutter, do I still follow the vehicle moving direction, ie continue panning, or do i stop at the instance the shutter is pressed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    After pressing the shutter, do I still follow the vehicle moving direction, ie continue panning, or do i stop at the instance the shutter is pressed??
    Doesn't hurt to be a little kiasu and continue panning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timolol View Post
    Doesn't hurt to be a little kiasu and continue panning.
    LOL... right....
    Thanks!!
    Not much chance for me to practice before the F1... lol....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    LOL... right....
    Thanks!!
    Not much chance for me to practice before the F1... lol....
    Wake up earlier tomorrow and go to any road for some panning exercise.


    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    LOL... right....
    Thanks!!
    Not much chance for me to practice before the F1... lol....
    Today is F1 practice day..so you can practice there too
    I think aside from F1 there will be supporting races in which we can practice too

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    Hi all, I'm quite new to this forum. Took this panning shots after reading this thread. These are my virgin panning shots. Do comment if possible. Thanks.










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    Quote Originally Posted by keong957 View Post
    Hi all, I'm quite new to this forum. Took this panning shots after reading this thread. These are my virgin panning shots. Do comment if possible. Thanks.
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    Hi Keong957, not bad at all yah, this being your virgin panning shots.
    Keep practising lor...

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    Default Re: Question on Panning shots

    Quote Originally Posted by keong957 View Post
    Hi all, I'm quite new to this forum. Took this panning shots after reading this thread. These are my virgin panning shots. Do comment if possible. Thanks....
    Pretty good for the first go.

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    Wow!!! tat's good for virgin shots...
    My virgin shots from yesterday were mostly blurred...
    Could only get a couple of clear shots...

    BTW, I have no pass for today's F1. is there any good spots outside the circuit that I can go to have a pratice??

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    Quote Originally Posted by limwhow View Post
    Hi Keong957, not bad at all yah, this being your virgin panning shots.
    Keep practising lor...
    Quote Originally Posted by Diavonex View Post
    Pretty good for the first go.
    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    Wow!!! tat's good for virgin shots...
    My virgin shots from yesterday were mostly blurred...
    Could only get a couple of clear shots...
    Hi all, Thanks for the feedback. I got a few blur ones too though. But I realise that following thru is the trick to getting clear subject. Gotta practise more. Maybe next year can get a ticket to F!. haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    Wow!!! tat's good for virgin shots...
    My virgin shots from yesterday were mostly blurred...
    Could only get a couple of clear shots...

    BTW, I have no pass for today's F1. is there any good spots outside the circuit that I can go to have a pratice??
    Last year they used black cloth to cover up the fencing.

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    Default Re: Question on Panning shots

    Quote Originally Posted by cumzball View Post
    After pressing the shutter, do I still follow the vehicle moving direction, ie continue panning, or do i stop at the instance the shutter is pressed??
    What I learn from another bro is continue to follow through even when the shutter is pressed and the VF is blank. this will be difficult in slow speed shutter.

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