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Aug 15, 2007 02:06 |  #1

Captured in a Triathlon meet in our village.

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Aug 15, 2007 02:21 |  #2

Nice work. I love cycling pans. # 3 is my favorite.

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Aug 15, 2007 04:23 |  #3

3 is also my favourite, good job.

1 Seems overexposed pssiabley?


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Aug 15, 2007 05:40 as a reply to  @ willy b's post |  #4

I like 3 and 1, GREAT job....


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Aug 15, 2007 06:29 |  #5

Thank you, Jeff, Willy and Lisa for the compliments. That was my first attempt at panning and I enjoyed the experience!


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Aug 15, 2007 06:34 |  #6

Some more of my panning attempts during the same event.

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Aug 17, 2007 18:10 |  #7

i like number 3 awesome shot. i'm still learning how to pan


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Aug 17, 2007 22:44 |  #8

I don't know if anyone else agrees but they all look a little overexposed. That or the blacks need to be pulled up.


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Aug 18, 2007 12:37 |  #9

Nice shots. You have captured the riders and runner clearly, with a blurred background. The 70-200 4L is a nice lens -- sharp with nice color. How many shots did you take? I must take many, many panning shots to get a couple of acceptable photos.




  
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Aug 18, 2007 21:24 |  #10

I think 1 didn't quite freeze the rider, but the others look like you nailed them. I think the follow up post is better than the first, especially 4.


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Aug 26, 2007 00:10 |  #11

these are great! Would you mind sharing your exif? In particular the shutter and iso. Thanks!


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Aug 26, 2007 00:13 |  #12

I think #4 is the best of the entire series. Really great shot!


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Oct 06, 2007 22:51 |  #13

they look good to me, interesting I notice they're for the most part riding road bikes rather than tri bikes, just an observation


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