Train Panning

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  1. woodsac

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    This is my very first attempt at panning. I guess I got lucky...cause later I got all set up for a train coming out of a tunnel and my focus was off by about 5 feet. The front of the train was blurry in every shot. :confused: There were 3 more from this group, but they were about the same as these.


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  2. scoob

    scoob I have seen the writing on the wall

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    very nice woodsac!!! good job on the panning!! :thumbup:
     
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    looking good, love the pans
     
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    Noice!! #4 is right on. This looks so tough...I want to try it sometime but mine will never look this good!
     
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    very nice, these are very hard to get.... I like the last one the most!!! how do you do it??
     
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    #4 is dead on! love the colors .. and a great job on the pan
    thanks for sharing :D
     
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    This look awesome, how do you actually do it?
     
  8. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Heya, woody, you dared trying it and the outcome is at once this good!?!?! Wow. These are really good. I like all of them very, very much, mostly so the second, where there is only such tiny part of the engine in focus, but the most important, so I think, and all the rest has motion blur. Great. The feeling of speed is so well transported through these. I am in awe. But this is nothing new to me when looking at woodsac-pics!
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These are superb woody, great pan shots, think 2&4 are my favs. 10/10 :hail:
     
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    i get a great sense of speed from these pictures, plus the colours are nice and rich. Good job mate.
     
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    :thumbsup:
     
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    Cool!

    Eric
     

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