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    Motion blur on the slide

    Was practising "Panning" to get motion blur.....my daughter was very patient and had to go down the slide quite a few times before I got this shot!

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    That's good work,
    You have got your daughter quite sharp
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    done well

    Kepp it up!!

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    Ditto!

    Dne well.. and a lot better than my less than successful attempts so far.
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    Thanks everyone! It did take a lot of unsuccessful attempts first.... and tried her running, on the scooter etc etc The trick seemed to be first working out the shutter speed....1/25 from memory, then just trying to pan at the same speed as she was moving....and continuing to pan after pressing the shutter.....

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    Front on like that is probably harder than side also

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    lol, i bet it was torture for her!

    thats really good panning!

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    well done , have tried this with my little girl a number of times and never got a "keeper"
    Good work

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    Nice Work!

    I like it!

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