A&P Panning Practice C&C

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  1. Wheezer

    Wheezer OT Supporter

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    I took the family out to the local airfield for dinner and watch the planes take off and land tonight. I figured it would be a good chance for me to practice my panning.

    I cut the tail off on this guy...
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    tighter crop necessary IMO
     
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    no exif :madfawk: what speed did you use
     
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    Sorry, Flickr takes it out. 1/100th in all of those.
     
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    well fuck flickr
     
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    try 1/60th next time. Background isn't blurred enough for me.
     
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    1 & 2 is over sharpened.
     
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    I wanted to, but it was such a bright day I had to stop it down to f/22. Any more and I needed a ND filter. Of course looking back these were all shot at f/16-f/18. :dunno: I need to go out there by myself next time so I can pay more attention. Trying to take pictures and making sure my 4 year old doesn't walk onto the runway is not easy. :noes:


    I figured someone would call me on that. Here's my settings for my USM action I normally run. The original looks over sharpened straight out of the camera.

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    On another note, my wife was shooting with my D80 and I've realized it's time to clean the sensor:
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