The use of time, shutter speed and panning in photographing action (a video)

This podcast explores the use of time, shutter speed and panning in photographing action.  It explores the important photographic technique of panning through photographing race cars at the Seekonk, MA speedway.

 

This teaches the viewer about how to capture the motion and show the speed of passing objects while utilizing different shutter speeds and focusing techniques to control the photograph.  Emphasis is put on positioning of the photographer to the subject matter (angle), pre-focusing, and the importance of timing in order to correctly capture the motion of the any moving object, using the panning technique.

One response to “The use of time, shutter speed and panning in photographing action (a video)”

  1. David, as you know I do the blur,pann thing a lot. The biggest problem I have, with digital, is that the ISO only goes down to 100. On a bright day that is sometimes not enough, even at F-32.

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