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20 Head-Spinning Shots of Panning Photography!!
 

Photography is a marvelous profession to work in. It is as highly entertaining and interesting as the graphic design field. Capturing the precious moments is the essence of taking photographs. The most challenging part is to capture objects travelling at a fast pace.

I have featured many types of photography in the past, including day and night photography and wave photography. But today, I would like to share a unique style of photography, known as “panning”. It refers to capturing of an object in motion, while the rest of the background is rendered blur. The essence is to keep the subject crisp and clear while leaving other parts of the picture blur and fuzzy.

 

The Technique of Panning Photos:

Before we go further, let us learn this wonderful technique and how it is actually executed.

  • Applying the panning techniques requires a relatively slow shutter speed depending upon the speed of your subject.
  • Make sure your subject stays in the position of the frame during the entire exposure ensuring a smooth and sharp photo.
  • Remember that the faster your subject is moving the more hard it will be to pan.
  • Above all points, keep a cool mind, steady hand and a lot of patience.

Below are some exhilarating examples of panning photos captured by talented photographers.

 

Panning Photo – 1

Panning Photo 1
 

Panning Photo – 2

Panning Photo 2
 

Panning Photo – 3

Panning Photo 3
 

Panning Photo – 4

Panning Photo 4
 

Panning Photo – 5

Panning Photo 5
 

Panning Photo – 6

Panning Photo 6
 

Panning Photo – 7

Panning Photo 7
 

Panning Photo – 8

Panning Photo 8
 

Panning Photo – 9

Panning Photo 9
 

Panning Photo – 10

Panning Photo 10
 

Panning Photo – 11

Panning Photo 11
 

Panning Photo – 12

Panning Photo 12
 

Panning Photo – 13

Panning Photo 13
 

Panning Photo – 14

Panning Photo 15
 

Panning Photo – 15

Panning Photo 16
 

Panning Photo – 16

Panning Photo 17
 

Panning Photo – 17

Panning Photo 18
 

Panning Photo – 18

Panning Photo 19
 

Panning Photo – 19

Panning Photo 20
 

Panning Photo – 20

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Author Charlie B. Johnson

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  1. iammrben On September 21st, 2010 at 9:47 am
    1

    Love the article! #’s 4 and 8 are particularly impressive in my opinion.

    I must add that #7 is not a panning photo. It’s a long exposure at night — stars do rotate through the sky if you watch closely/long enough at a fixed point.

  1. Matin On September 21st, 2010 at 10:51 am
    2

    Awsome pics!!!

  1. Dennis Salvatier On September 21st, 2010 at 12:02 pm
    3

    Some of these are really, really great. Thanks!

  1. Chris On September 21st, 2010 at 2:28 pm
    4

    Um, hello, “Panning Photo #7″ is not panning. That is a tripod-mounted extra long exposure where the camera was still and the stars moved in the sky.

  1. Magento ecommerce development On September 22nd, 2010 at 3:30 am
    5

    Wow!!! What a photography. These are some of the best shots in motion photography I’ve ever seen.

    Thanks for the post.
    Magento ecommerce

  1. Susan On September 22nd, 2010 at 9:32 am
    6

    Thanks for sharing this. I wanted simialr kind of panning images for my website. Really apprecaite your sharing your knowledge…Thanks once again

  1. Ben of Benandjacq On September 23rd, 2010 at 3:38 pm
    7

    Technically, folks, #7 is a panning shot. The earth (and therefore the telephone pole) is moving faster than the stars.The camera is going at the speed of the earth, just like in any good panning shot.

    Different technique, yes. Same fundamental result, yes.

  1. Web Design Blog On September 24th, 2010 at 7:41 am
    8

    It plays with your brain. Is hard to focus on this type of photography. Pretty interesting trends in the photography recently.

  1. mp3 players On September 27th, 2010 at 3:56 am
    9

    Wow! The pictures you have shared over here are truly awesome blossom and they all are just outstanding. I can not imagine that this type of photography is possible also. I am very much impressed from this pictures and wanted to learn more about it so please give me tips and techniques of it.

  1. Design Finder Thinks On September 28th, 2010 at 10:34 am
    10

    Truly amazing! How did they get the helicopter so sharp and crisp?

  1. shabnam On September 29th, 2010 at 2:24 am
    11

    cooooooooooooool!! just love panning photography……… :D

  1. Essex Website Designers On September 29th, 2010 at 7:35 am
    12

    they really are head spinning, I think it’s quite clever how they can manipulate the entire backround and the forground stays as a static image:)

    thanks alot for sharing^^

  1. Tushar Garg On October 1st, 2010 at 4:13 am
    13

    Very impactful. Thanks for sharing this.
    Tushar Garg

  1. Pinstress On October 5th, 2010 at 11:37 am
    14

    Wonderful examples, very awe-inspiring. I have been playing with slow shutter speeds recently and love what it will do for a picture…especially with water and for some night shots without a flash. Can’t wait to try it out with some scenarios similar to what is above.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Charlene

  1. rei On January 3rd, 2011 at 8:42 am
    16

    can you do frontal panning?


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