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My best for slower shutter speed. Gotta keep working on it.
Oct 02, 2017 13:02 as a reply to TRhoads's post |
Bongcruz wrote in post #18464637
I had it resting against the railing to act like a monopod which helped, but out of the 50-60 images I tried at this speed, these two were the best
I don't use a monopod or any support other than me for panning, I don't find it to be as smooth or fluid. Its all about practice and body movements, and I hold my breath!
I use a monopod for my 300mm shots, feels a bit weird and jerky at first, but I've found especially with a big lens, you get used to how it moves and can end up shooting much slower.
Petit Le Mans, 1/8, 100mm[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YfVR9X]10 hours gone in a blurrrr. by Kenneth Midgett, on Flickr
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