(1) Rolling Shot Attempt

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  1. HailttRedskins

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    Just was attempting to do a rolling shot, I guess it's something like panning while moving? I really don't know what it would be called in all honesty so don't laugh at my ignorance please ;)

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    Great execution! Although i think it could use some PP
     
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    Again don't mine my ignorance, what is PP?
     
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    Post processing.
    And this is cute. You did not take it while you were driving yourself, now did you??? :raisedbrow:
    Tsk-tsk-tsk. It is dangerous!
     
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    Ah okay gotcha, still getting use to everything as you can tell.

    And of course I wasn't driving lol, I would never want to drop my DSLR ;)
     
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    very nice shot
     
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    If you are in a chase vehicle... there is no need to pan, Just make sure yall are going the same speed.
     
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    Yeah I knew that much, it's just what the shot would be called, I wasn't sure if it was called a pan, or if it is just in fact a regular shot and because of the speed gives it a blur.

    Just was a bit confused it all.
     
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    Gotcha, Just a rolling shot.

    Im in class right now so i dont have my exif viewer that i normally do at home, but what was the shutter speed?
     
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    Very cool shot! If it wasn't for the sun reflecting so brightly off of the front, and the reflection of the other vehicle wasn't there, I would almost expect this to be in a brochure. I really like the angle of the car. Not sure if you need to leave a little more room infront of the car maybe???
     
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    Casper I agree, at the area where I was taking pictures the lane he was in was ending so I wanted to snap a shot before he came over, I'm sure the polarizer could have fixed the sun, maybe even the car at the same time not sure, but I didn't even think, it was more of a take a shot type deal.
     
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    Try a shutter speed of about 1/60sec. You should still get the same amount of blur but keep the car sharper in focus.
     

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