motion blur/ panning

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  1. goodoneian

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    hey, i read this article a few weeks ago and it really interested me.

    http://www.popphoto.com/popularphot...ou-can-do-it-add-movement-to-your-photos.html

    i've been trying it since then, but i can't seem to get my pictures to come out right. i can get the streaks of blur but my subject does not stay in focus. any comments or suggestions on what i'm doing wrong? any help is appreciated


     
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    Good read. Something new to me. Thanks
     
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    yes, i've read that thread. but the technique used in the link i posted is different i believe, because it said to "pull the camera in" which is what i have trouble with. i could be wrong about the technique being different
     
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    I just keep the camera steady with the subject and shot at between 1/30 and 1/50
     
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    alright, i'll give that a try
     

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