An intro to panning your camera for a blurry feeling of speed ...

NEIL WHEELER, PETAPIXEL:

Looking to add some drama or action to your photos but not quite sure how? Look no further. In simple terms, camera panning (or motion tracking as some people call it) is a technique where you follow a moving subject, shooting with a slower shutter speed to create a feeling of speed or action.

If done correctly and with a little patience, you’ll be able to create some amazing images that really pull your attention to the subject and add a new dimension to your photos.

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