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This is a discussion on Sport panning shots within the People photography (portraits, sports etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Greetings! Here are my panning shots from last weekend. What do you all think? Cheers,...

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    Greetings!
    Here are my panning shots from last weekend. What do you all think?
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    Great shots. Nice and sharp bike and blurred background. The last one is my fav.

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    good set Yisehaq - for me, I'm always always looking for no distractions or as few as possible.
    Sometimes, this is impossible as we cannot control what's in the background. But for me, part of the reason I also favour the last shot is because the background is less distracting.
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    Thanks AntZ and Marko!

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    I am with others.Last is best for me because it is more dynamic.I feel speed.

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    I am with the others preferring the last one for the same reasons. I also like the rider being placed on the left as they appear to be riding into the the frame. I think red is a good colour for action shots (my personal opinion only). Your panning technique certainly worked well.
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    Thanks so much vyeko and Runmonty!

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    Nice panning. I too like the last one best. As Vyeko said more dramatic and nice feel of speed.

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    i like the set as i like the panning look
    but different than the other posters i like the first one best as i find the fence in the other pics quite distracting almost like a fold in the photo
    just my lil opinion

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    Thanks so much asnow and noobclicker!

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