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Challenge: Motion Panning II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 I
Location: Venice Beach CA
Date: Jan 15, 2007
Aperture: F7.1
ISO: 50
Shutter: .5 sec
Galleries: Sports, Action
Date Uploaded: Jan 16, 2007

This was shot in Venice CA, using a tripod and panning.

Statistics
Place: 110 out of 131
Avg (all users): 4.3879
Avg (commenters): 3.1500
Avg (participants): 3.9153
Avg (non-participants): 4.4908
Views since voting: 680
Views during voting: 546
Votes: 330
Comments: 21
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01/23/2007 04:32:17 PM
Interesting image, but it either looks like long or multiple exposures, not motion panning (the backround is light, but not exactly blurred). As an image (challenge aside), I like the color of the bicycle, but that seems to be the main focus. I can't find anything else to really focus on or that draws my eye; if something in the image had been the clear subject, it would have been easier for me to take, I think.
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01/22/2007 08:31:03 PM
Too much motion. The subject should be frozen.
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01/21/2007 03:09:44 PM
More long exposure than panning, nice image though.
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01/20/2007 11:34:40 PM
I don't know if this is motion panning, but it's an electric, exciting shot. 7
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01/20/2007 11:32:44 PM
While it is a very effective photo, This is not panning
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01/20/2007 09:44:19 PM
interesting image, but i think somewhat missing the point of panning.
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01/20/2007 02:35:26 PM
Everything is blurry, the subject is supposed to be in focus
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01/20/2007 01:32:54 AM
This would have worked well for a challenge named double exposure but in this challenge I expect to make out the subject better.
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01/19/2007 11:42:11 PM
Flatland, nice.
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01/18/2007 10:16:18 PM
nothing in focus,
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01/18/2007 07:56:33 PM
Not quite there yet.... in my opinion, a successful motion panning photo has at least SOME of the subject in clear focus, whilst the background shows the tell-tale streaks.
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01/18/2007 10:49:59 AM
The image's potential for impact is lost on the complete lack of stop motion. Too long an exposure gave the subject ample time to move and not be stopped in action.
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01/18/2007 12:08:03 AM
Humm...not motion panning IMO. This is more like a long exposure or a slower shutter speed with a flash synced at the rear. Nice effort but better luck next time.
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01/17/2007 10:50:24 PM
neat photo, not really motion panning though.
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01/17/2007 10:07:13 PM
I really like this shot - many layers of movement - must have been tough to pan.
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01/17/2007 04:43:34 PM
Too much motion.
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01/17/2007 01:51:00 PM
equal motion blur and motion panning I think.
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01/17/2007 01:31:18 PM
not enough crispness to your subject.
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01/17/2007 07:07:21 AM
i'm used to have smt sharpin the image - that is the reason for panning, isn't it?
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01/17/2007 01:35:54 AM
Not really getting a feeling of panning in this shot. Motion blur yes. But not panning.
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01/17/2007 01:02:04 AM
Seems to be more motion blur than motion panning. Sorry.
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