Your meal is in transit

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This show shutter pan shot came out pretty nice, if I do say so myself. I say slow shutter but that’s only compared to my go to shutter speed of 1/320th a second. This was captured at 1/80th a second, which is still pretty fast for a pan/blur shot. Usually you drop your shutter to around 1/30th a second for this sort of image. The idea is you move your camera at the same speed as your subject’s moving, so as to freeze the subject yet blur the background. The faster the shutter the less likely you’re get a nice blur. Anyway, I’m happy with the outcome. Hope you like it, too.

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2 Responses to Your meal is in transit

  1. Mz&Cho says:

    We like it indeed! Thank you for sharing.

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