I’ve been fascinating with panning technique and this is my first try and very happy with the result. Lee has been a great help, we went over to my dad’s house since he has a long driveway and an interesting background. Panning is a technique in which you move the camera parallel to and at the same speed as the subject, this is to show speed. I used a slow shutter speed, this was taken with Aperture Priority, I set my AF mode to AI SERVO and drive mode to continuous shooting. The setting was at f/22, 1/8 sec, ISO-100, Exposure bias 0, focal length 35mm, pattern metering mode.
A couple of hundred shots later I got another good one and still the same setting as above. This was taken at f/11, 1/10sec, ISO-100, Exposure bias 0, focal length 67mm, pattern metering mode. I changed the f stop to f/11 to photograph a passing by dogs and forgot to change it back to f/22 but it seems to work well here also.
I’m not sure who had more fun, my second sister also rode the scooter. This was taken at f/22, 1/4sec, ISO-100, Exposure bias 0, focal length 32mm, pattern metering mode.