Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by widebaudi, Dec 7, 2005.
absolutely love the first one.
your panning skills are awesome
great pans, what shutter speed?
Great pannings, love it. Thanks for sharing man!
You're pretty good at panning.
the first elise photo was at 1/50, rest are 1/80-1/125 and the s4 one @ 1/200.
Nice... I've only really tried once and was the first time... with F1 cars going quite a bit faster. had to speed up a bit more than that to get my pan done right and then the background's not as motion blurred. like 1/250-1/500
Would like to have a lot more practice at 1/50-1/125 on slower cars.
here's one of my pics from the IRL day:
awesome didnt know you go to tws too...i'm going in march with an s2k group. you should join us up..i've never ran my car before only gone to shoot pics when a mini flipped over at turn 6 i think.
nice, i loved panning faster moving cars, this was from the lemans race in GA a couple months back.
we only went out to tws because we (www.dubspeeddriven.com) had the jaguar to take photos of. next week a volvo s60r is coming, then the following week i believe we are getting the dodge ram 3500 diesel.
2006 Jaguar S type R with 400hp supercharged goodness. pretty nice feeling at 135mph, but the air suspension wasn't nimble enough to adapt to the quick lane changes at that speed.
were you shooting in shutter or aperture priority? and what were your apertures on most of them?
I've only done this a few times but I'm always using shutter priority, and I vary the aperatures used by going between ISO 100 and ISO 800.
Not sure if that's the way to do it or not but it seems to work for me.
shutter. aperatures, no idea, check on my smugmug to look at the exif's
my f1 pic above is
So I could have gotten even more aperature out of the shot by raising ISO (it was a VERY sunny day)
Or I could have thrown on my 4x ND filter for F4.6 or something, then had more flex with the ISO.
I always forget I own a ND filter.