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19 comments

  1. What is the best shutter speed for panning a person running?  Where should the focus point be when you pan?

  2. Great work! 

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  4. U need to show results

  5. santoshkumar vijayan

    Mind blowing…. you had your mind synchronised with the bikers…K.T.

  6. Ibrahim elibüyük

    I`m greatful Karl Taylor, You are explaining like living in it, thank you…

  7. Well done great detail on explaining your process of obtaining that shot, I have a good understanding of what you just did thank you!

  8. You can use high shuter speed to freez the dirt that the bike throws.

  9. My guess is al servo

  10. You use al servo AF ?

  11. Mickael Bartikian

    Nice tips. Just one question: wich AF mode is best when panning in this kind of shoot? Cheers!

  12. I'd say it's to enable faster switching between two different lenses (in this case, a wide angle and a telephoto) so that you can quickly move from one type of shot to the next and not miss the action. Also, not having to switch lenses will keep dust/dirt that could otherwise get into the body/lens out, although if you're careful when switching lenses, that won't really be a concern.

  13. Panning

  14. how does he manage to focus on the bikers? surely if they are going fast its gunna be hard to focus on them/?

  15. Please tell me. Why carry two bodies? Why not keep one in the bag and one on you?

  16. That's completely dependent on how fast thing are moving.

  17. Hi Karl, can ya tell me , how do ya go about shooting a moto x meeting , Is there normally a fee to enter or is it normal for the organisers to allow you to shoot,

  18. Tips were OK. Beginners may also like to note that for a panning shot, your body should be in the most balanced, stable position at the point of taking the photo. The presenter faced his body at the bikes approaching but was twisting away from his centre of gravity when actually firing. Set your body first, twist towards the on coming action and take the photo in your original position when the action passes. Thanks for the video mate. Cheers

  19. how do you know what iso to use? noticed you had 800 which i thought was for darker skys

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