Tuesday, February 1, 2011


 Bicyclist : Ferney-Voltaire, FR

As mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Maya and I are taking a photography class one evening a week in Nyon, Switzerland. This week's assignments were: becoming familiar with panning technique and using aperture priority (A) and shutter speed priority (S) settings. Today's photos are from the panning exercise. I'll be working on the aperture and shutter speed exercises later this week. The quality of these photos isn't that exciting, because the weather was crap, but I think I figured out how to pan all right. I just need more practice.

Nearly Perfect : Panning Technique : Ferney-Voltaire, FR

 Perfect, but too centered... : Panning Technique : Ferney-Voltaire, FR

Photo copyright: Janet M Kincaid, 1/11


Maya said...

The bike shot is my favorite. Good job!

Eeyore said...

Are you panning with a tripod? The bottom one is great, and cropable.

Janet M Kincaid said...

Maya: Thanks! I like that one, too.

Larry: Nope. All hand held. I'll email you instructions, if you'd like.

Gunn said...

Great action shots!
Nice blog you have!

From Gunn / stavangerdailyphoto.com