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Eugene

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i like the panning shots! nice nice...
wad shuttle speed did you use?
did u have to swing very fast to keep the bike in focus???
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Wai.. Photo Events forums is for announcements of the various competitions, contests, courses, exhibitions and seminars only. I'm moving this thread over to Photojournalism forum instead for Events Coverage and Sports Illustrated.
 

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Originally posted by Edmund
Wai.. Photo Events forums is for announcements of the various competitions, contests, courses, exhibitions and seminars only. I'm moving this thread over to Photojournalism forum instead for Events Coverage and Sports Illustrated.
Ops...I'm so careless :p

Thanks a lot!
 

eadwine

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nice work there wai!!
very cool panning shots!!
at first i thought i was in malaysia hee
 

Wai

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Originally posted by Eugene
i like the panning shots! nice nice...
wad shuttle speed did you use?
did u have to swing very fast to keep the bike in focus???
:what:
I use 1/25 to 1/30 for panning shot

the optical viewfinder is really useful in this situation...

i swing a bit only...
 

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:thumbsup: Good shots, kamwai.........esp the panning ones.....i like them~~!

Was worth standing under the hot sun after all..heee.. :)

please see http://www.photosig.com/viewphoto.php?id=80302 for your reference..hee..I like this photo as well.
 

ark19

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Wow! Excellent panning shots!
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Wai

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any comments on the composition for the panning shots?

did i crop it correctly? anyway to improve it?

btw, those panning shots are taken with tripod, i found that it is much easier to pan this way and the results is also better

should i use longer exposure and pan longer to make the background even blurer?
 

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the panning looks great. I can really feel the excitement and speed in the majority of your series.

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Originally posted by kamwai
should i use longer exposure and pan longer to make the background even blurer?
Don't think longer exposures would do well... it will make the panning much more difficult to keep the subject in focus. Your chance of getting a sharp shot will be much less.
 

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