Saturday, May 9, 2020

New video on one of my favorite techniques - Motion panning

I just released the second video in my series of new photography tutorials. This video teaches you how to do one of my favorite photography techniques, motion panning.

For those of you who are not photographers, this is when we slow the shutter speed of the camera and follow our subject to blur everything but what we are focusing on. It is a great way to photograph a subject (a person, a pet, a car, or any moving object) in a much more dynamic way.

Trust me, this creates really cool images that will inspire you to do more.

Check out the new video to learn how to do this yourself.

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