Cormac wrote in post #18445009
I could have zoomed in a bit closer on the TF and FC cars, but man it's hard to keep up with them. Only my second year trying at NHRA events. Maybe I'll hit up my local drag strip for some practice panning. I could use it! Another problem I have is if every decal isn't clean, I'm not happy. I realize I may need to slacken my pickyness a touch in that regard as long as most of the car is in focus.
having all of the decals and logos clean and sharp...is not good for pans. When I am working with a client that needs that kind of clarity, slow pans are not the way to go. I like the slow pan to show the speed, chaos and dynamics of racing. Straight on side shots can get more of it in focus, but its hard with really slow pans.
Mstephens13 wrote in post #18445014
Yes pans are my absolute favorite as well, and to keep adding subject here's a few I like that I didn't edit motion on. Love your pans TRhoads, I clicked on your flickr to view more but do you have a specific area you have just your pans?
I don't have my panning work setup in an album, I do have all my motorsports events grouped in albums, and then grouped into a collection.
It is not even all on Flickr...most of it isn't even on my website anymore, all the client galleries from events I used to shoot...