First Pan C&C

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  1. CyclonePWR

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    I almost got the ball he was chasing, which would have made it better.
     
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    Not that easy to do, is it?
     
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    No its not. I probably should have been on the other side so the sun lit him up. 0
     
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    I dont think he's really in focus. I would've used a slower shutter to motion blur the background a bit more.
     
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    Definatly a slower shutter speed would help.

    Make sure you follow through with the panning in that you only end it when the exposure if totally done, and not before.
     
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    Ok thanks!

    Since he is running around its impossible to focus manually, which automatic focus should I use for a pan one shot, al focus or al servo?
     
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    Yeah the only problem with slower shutter speed is that his legs would blur to much. I like the full sprint look.

    It wouldn't be as big of a deal if it was a car and the wheels blur.
     
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    Servo is what i would use, it isn't easy but i found with my dog it looked better if i could get the legs in the tuck position rather than full extend.
    Also, could be my monitor here but looks a little cool, white balance maybe? hard to tell as looks like night fall in the near future.
     
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    Yeah, it's really bluish on my calibrated monitor too.
     

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