2nd pan attempt

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  1. bitteraspects

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    Looks like you nailed it.
     
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    i think i should have gone with a wider aperture, to get the whole bike tacked.
     
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    Looks like a successful attempt to me! :D
     
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    I was just on a 5 hour drive taking panning shots out the window for a good while and none came out this sharp.

    i love the bg, looks almost cartoonish. how do you get such a wide angle shot? is it the camera you're using? or is it just cropped.
     
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    a little of both. it was shot at 17mm, which is pretty wide. and i also cropped it por a panoramic look.
    rolling shots are generally easier then panning shots. im sure you must have gotten some good ones. i should try some rolling shots one day.
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    So both you and the bike were speeding? Or at least overtaking the blue car :p

    The results seemed worth it though!
     
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    no, i was panning, not rolling. i was stationary, standing on the sidewalk.
     
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    Thats bad as... uh I mean it's great :mrgreen:

    Nice shot!
     
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    oh up till now i didnt know the difference, i can see how rolling shots would be easier if you're traveling the same direction, however i was shooting the on-coming cars, might explain my troubles a little.
     
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    hahahah. yeah that would do it. all you have to do is get your car going at the same speed of the car your shooting, then point and click
     

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