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Challenge: Motion Panning II (Basic Editing)
Collection: Challenges
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED
Location: Burlington, Vermont
Date: Jan 13, 2007
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/200
Date Uploaded: Jan 16, 2007

My first real try at motion panning. Essentially straight from the camera.
Blue filter 82, to get rid of orange fromlighting
cropped
auto levels
sized and saved for web
This is my daughter ash at a meet in Vt. This weekend

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Place: 97 out of 131
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Votes: 341
Comments: 11
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/21/2007 10:59:30 PM
i know what you're after, but think it still needs some practice. you need to get your shutter down to at least 1/60 or slower to make this work.
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01/20/2007 10:51:46 PM
DNMC? Maybe DOF?
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01/19/2007 12:36:36 AM
On a scale of 0-2 in five different categories: Image quality - 1. Composition - .5. Lighting - 1. Post Processing - 1. Choice of Subject - 1.5. TOTAL SCORE - 5
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01/17/2007 11:11:41 PM
not quite enough background motion blur for me.
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01/17/2007 01:36:31 PM
I like how you froze her expresion and movement- too bad all the lines in the background are horizontal- hence the panning is less visible. And maybe a tighter crop would help- I feel like there is too much space on the left and above her head.
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01/17/2007 09:43:12 AM
DNMC
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01/17/2007 07:27:25 AM
Not really any motion in the background, but I like the shot.
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01/17/2007 01:33:28 AM
Nice work on the panning. I think the masks on the wall are distracting I'd like to have seen it as a tighter crop.
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01/17/2007 01:28:20 AM
Not really getting a feeling of panning in this shot. Sorry.
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01/17/2007 01:15:58 AM
Maybe a little faster pan or slower shutter speed would have helped this by blurring the (fairly uninteresting) background a touch more. Also, I'd love to have seen the actual vault itself. That could have looked really cool.
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01/17/2007 12:24:00 AM
There's just not a lot of background blur on this image. To make a truly succesful "motion panning shot", you need to run the shutter at a much slower speed than you would normally use and then, as accurately as possible, follow your subject with the camera (that much you appear to have done well, you just needed a slower shutter speed to blur the background).
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