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i have been looking at some action pics most of cars/bikes of ppl panning to get the blured backround and sharp focus on the car or bike moving i was wondering if some ppl with experiance in this could give me some pointers on how it is done so i can practice. this is something i have never tried so the more info you can give the better from how to do it or tricks pointers anything would be helpfull thanks a lot :)

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Sentences are your friend. :)

Panning just takes practice; here are the settings that I start with:
- use shutter speed priority
- set focus to point to center dot
- set focus mode to AI Servo
- vary the shutter speeds while panning (I'll try 1/500-1/60)

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kster wrote in post #2807052external link
Sentences are your friend. :)

Panning just takes practice; here are the settings that I start with:
- use shutter speed priority
- set focus to point to center dot
- set focus mode to AI Servo
- vary the shutter speeds while panning (I'll try 1/500-1/60)

ok thanks but is the camera moving when you pann? are you moving with the target or do you focus on the spot the target will be passing by or how does that work as far as capturing the picture /subject ?

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Sentences are your friend.

Very true....also, does PPL stand for the word 'people'?

Experiment with both techniques. Your movement or non-movement controls what is sharp. Shutter drag is all part of the effect obtained.

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Jon, The Elder wrote in post #2807430external link
Very true....also, does PPL stand for the word 'people'?

Experiment with both techniques. Your movement or non-movement controls what is sharp. Shutter drag is all part of the effect obtained.

ok thank you and yes ppl does stand for people, sorry i just start typing fast and do things like that.

Thanks for the comments

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