Can someone help on panning ?

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    raj_nair TPF Noob!

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    Hi experts !
    I was just trying to do panning using my camera. Just kept the shutter speed to low, pointed to a moving car and clicked along with the car's movement. I got a panned image, bu the problem is it was over exposed. I had noticed the same in my LCD view as well. Tried to do some settings with aperature, but of no use. How to over come this exposure problem ?
    can someone suggest ?
     
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    I typically use shutter priority mode for panning shots. The lowest recommended shutter speed for a handheld panning shot is 1/focal length. Although I have shot considerable slower shutter speeds than this. Keep in mind to watch your exposure meter. If you adjust the shutter too slow you could overexpose your shot.
     

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