Panning is a tricky technique, but it can produce amazing, unique photos. When panning, you use a slow shutter speed and move your lens to track a moving subject while the shutter is open. If done correctly and with the appropriate panning technique, your subject will remain sharp while the background will be heavily blurred. It showcases an amazing sense of movement that is impossible with faster shutter speeds. You frequently see the technique used in motorsports photography, but it's also a great option for wildlife photography,...
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