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    #21
    Need help in perfecting some shots....

    When the car is relatively close to you, the clarity is sharp on one part of the car, but not the other. Some examples...




    Thing that bugs me is that sometimes my shots come perfectly without blur, so i dont know what I am doing wrong...

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      #22
      Whats causing the blur is something called Turning Focal Plane,

      Heres a link, you'll need to register to see the images ...

      http://www.thephotographyforum.co.uk...st=0&p=&#entry
      http://www.pmcgphotos.com/

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        #23
        wow...never wouldve though of that. Thanks!

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          #24
          Semi off topic question, what is shutter priority? I have the Tv Setting on my mom's canon G6 which i use often and i was wondering if its better to use when you have limited time to snap a shot.

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            #25
            Originally posted by Cosworth View Post
            Whats causing the blur is something called Turning Focal Plane,

            Heres a link, you'll need to register to see the images ...

            http://www.thephotographyforum.co.uk...st=0&p=&#entry
            I don't get it what is 'perpendicular'...?
            I get that turning focal plane thiny a lot 2, but it seems I lack intelligence to figure that tip out...

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              #26
              Originally posted by Cosworth View Post
              Whats causing the blur is something called Turning Focal Plane,

              Heres a link, you'll need to register to see the images ...

              http://www.thephotographyforum.co.uk...st=0&p=&#entry

              Hail Paddy! I bow to thee

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                #27
                Yeh turning focal plane is a bitch, but it can be used to get some cool effects on low shutters speeds!

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                  #28
                  Martin should really publish that to be fair ....
                  http://www.pmcgphotos.com/

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                    #29
                    FINALLY got a chance to practice panning!


                    OSPhoto

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                      #30
                      I NEED MORE EVENTS AROUND ME

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                        #31
                        lol im driving something like 3 hours to an event next weekend....forcast=rain

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                          #32
                          Originally posted by Alok View Post
                          I NEED MORE EVENTS AROUND ME
                          Were you in Hockenheim last saturday? YOu could have made plenty of good shots

                          Oversteer is when the passenger is scared, Understeer is when the driver is scared.
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                            #33
                            Originally posted by mancs View Post
                            Were you in Hockenheim last saturday? YOu could have made plenty of good shots
                            I couldnt manage to find a ride and then I couldnt be bothered to find a train. So I improvised on my uni campus




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                              #34
                              THe best advice I ever received on panning was from Ross on Doristars ...

                              The quote was in relation to motorbike sport photography ...

                              "It ain't sharp enough until you can see the stitches in the leather ..."
                              http://www.pmcgphotos.com/

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                                #35
                                Originally posted by Cosworth View Post
                                THe best advice I ever received on panning was from Ross on Doristars ...

                                The quote was in relation to motorbike sport photography ...

                                "It ain't sharp enough until you can see the stitches in the leather ..."
                                /Makes a mental note.

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                                  #36


                                  Panning at 1/20 (I think...) woot

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                                    #37
                                    I am gonna be at Hockenheimring tomorrow. Anyone else?

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                                      #38
                                      Awesome quick tutorial definitely some I could have looked out for when I was shooting at FormulaD
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                                        #39
                                        Pan-o-vision is what I most in photography.... PS am I the only one who uses manual focus rather than AF in my pans? I don't know if I could trust my AF to keep up in burst mode.

                                        All at 1/40... brave shutter speed but it means i don't get many keepers.




                                        Last edited by Terrible3; January 6th, 2011, 2:58 AM.
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                                          #40
                                          Excellent quick tutorial, this gonna help me a lot, tnx

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