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Some panning picture beside the road (practising)

Post by desmondlau on Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:07 pm

I'm bored, please give some tips so that i can improve
with
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1/15 second


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Re: Some panning picture beside the road (practising)

Post by simmon on Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:00 pm

Wow, what a very slow shutter Laughing not bad for trying....


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Post by desmondlau on Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:33 pm

simmon wrote:Wow, what a very slow shutter Laughing not bad for trying....


thank you thank you... i shd try wat shutter speed oh?
any comment?
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Post by CY on Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:35 pm

This is good, panning effect is there. Keep it up.

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Post by timothy on Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:52 pm

try pan with faster shutter speed first....maybe 1/100 first and see whether ur subject is sharp or not..if sharp, can try 1/80, 1/60.....if cannot...change 1d4+ 70-200...sure can af one...wakaka

and use f like f13 is enough...smaller f like f22 actually not so sharp already
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Post by desmondlau on Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:58 pm

CY : Thanks!!!! I will ganbatte punya
Timothy: arh!!!!! don burn me with 70-200!!!! i wanna get but no $$ la
aduh
i use f22 coz it's too bright ma
next time i try use faster shutter speed ba
but i see some internet say use 1/160
wont it be too fast?
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Post by CY on Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:36 am

Aperture is just for exposure control, the key is shutter speed. Just practice more, you will be able to get better pics. 1/160s? That is for F1 is it... even if you shoot 1/160s on SuperGT cars also not much panning effects.

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Post by desmondlau on Wed Aug 11, 2010 1:00 am

Thanks CY, I know the aperture is for exposure control dats why i put so small to balance the light for 1/15second
is it ok if i do so?

PLEASE TEACH ME
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Post by CY on Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:01 am

desmondlau wrote:Thanks CY, I know the aperture is for exposure control dats why i put so small to balance the light for 1/15second
is it ok if i do so?

PLEASE TEACH ME
It is normal, during Super GT most of my shots also at f/22 because I was shooting at 1/30~1/60. Only way if you want to use lower is to shoot with a CPL filter or ND filters.

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Post by desmondlau on Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:28 am

CY wrote:
desmondlau wrote:Thanks CY, I know the aperture is for exposure control dats why i put so small to balance the light for 1/15second
is it ok if i do so?

PLEASE TEACH ME
It is normal, during Super GT most of my shots also at f/22 because I was shooting at 1/30~1/60. Only way if you want to use lower is to shoot with a CPL filter or ND filters.

Using this kind of filter will make it darker so i don need to switch my F to be so small?
How much izit?
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Post by timothy on Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:25 pm

got nd2, nd4, nd8

nd2 = cut 1 stop
nd4 = cut 2 stop
nd8 = cut 3 stop

1 stop of light = f1.4 to f2 is 1 stop, f2.8,f4, f5.6,f8,f11,f16,f22,f32....
= iso 100 to 200, 400,800,1600....
= 1/10 to 1/20, 1/40,1/80,/160,1/320,1/640.....

means if u use nd8 for sport, ur shutter speed actually is 1/160, after use it, become 1/20

china brand less than rm100 got...good one like hoya i think 200 eh...not to sure about nd price

can use for slow shuuter as well...hehe
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Post by CY on Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:41 pm

desmondlau wrote:
CY wrote:
desmondlau wrote:Thanks CY, I know the aperture is for exposure control dats why i put so small to balance the light for 1/15second
is it ok if i do so?

PLEASE TEACH ME
It is normal, during Super GT most of my shots also at f/22 because I was shooting at 1/30~1/60. Only way if you want to use lower is to shoot with a CPL filter or ND filters.

Using this kind of filter will make it darker so i don need to switch my F to be so small?
How much izit?
Yeap, but better to use CPL because it will enhance the color due to reducing reflections from the car surface.

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Post by simmon on Wed Aug 11, 2010 2:03 pm

To be honest, u need 70-200.

There will be Motogp coming to sepang, let's do it there.

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Post by eddytan on Wed Aug 11, 2010 2:25 pm

lots of poison here.... Very Happy 70-200 perfect
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Post by edmundlym on Wed Aug 11, 2010 5:37 pm

the drivers must be wondering why u're taking their car pic Very Happy
btw, nice try, the last two pic looks good for me Very Happy

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Post by CY on Wed Aug 11, 2010 7:06 pm

#3 the driver was looking already @_@

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Post by desmondlau on Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:15 pm

simmon wrote:To be honest, u need 70-200.

There will be Motogp coming to sepang, let's do it there.

Simmon!!!! enough lo... i got no money le... f/4 is enough for panning but impossible i buy 70-200 only for sport ma.... f/4 shoot model not nice rite?
so need f/2.8 lo....but damn EXPENSIVE la BOSS!!!!

eddytan wrote:lots of poison here.... Very Happy 70-200 perfect
Aiyo... I sudah biasa dengan poison of 70-200 di Photonian
T.T

edmundlym wrote:the drivers must be wondering why u're taking their car pic Very Happy
btw, nice try, the last two pic looks good for me Very Happy
Thanks Edmund!!!! for me I prefer #3 coz it's a BMW 3series...sport rim somemore
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Post by desmondlau on Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:16 pm

CY wrote:#3 the driver was looking already @_@

sure he looking edi coz this is the second time he passed by here and i shot his car for twice...
HAHAHA
he must be thinking "keretaku mestilah bergaya"
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Post by jackylim on Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:29 pm

maybe his is thinking "i kena speed trap d" camera

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Post by desmondlau on Thu Aug 12, 2010 12:02 am

jackylim wrote:maybe his is thinking "i kena speed trap d" camera

hahaha... GOOD ONE!!!!!!
I should go n buy JPJ punya uniform edi
HAHAHA
Speed Trap with DSLR
COOL
should ask JPJ take panning pic to show the speed effect
hahahaha
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Post by CY on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:20 am

Hahaha, maybe he purposely turn second time to let you shoot la.

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Post by desmondlau on Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:35 pm

HAHAHA....or maybe he is imaging that he is Keiichi Tsuchiya
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Post by huikeat on Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:22 am

Nice try Desmond! perfect Last 2 pics got improvement! To add on what others had mentioned, for better focusing, use AI Servo (i dunno if 550D got or not)

erm do be careful of taking pics of cars - some drivers dun like Razz

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Post by desmondlau on Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:40 am

Thanks Huikeat... next year Super GT u teach me ok?
HAHAHAHAHA
I duno why when I use AI Servo , my pic are worse
T.T
Thanks for the advise, but Mat Rempit even posing to my camera
hahaha
But true also...coz some close minded ppl tak suka 1
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Post by huikeat on Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:23 am

O.o' worse when AI Servo a..odd lo
Anyways can help u at next event or Super GT Wink

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