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    DPP Member carloacetre's Avatar
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    Help me improve my panning shots :)



    Any things I need to improve on? Like composition, etc? Or did I overdo my pp? Thanks


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    DPP Member romzLopez's Avatar
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    a straight horizon will be a good start since your shot of the car is tilted. i really dont PP my panning shot so the PP is really overdone here but that is just me

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    DPP Member carloacetre's Avatar
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    I'll keep the straight horizon in mind next time sir. Will also put the PP in the moderation next time hehe

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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    i think you did a "print screen, paste" you didn't resize the picture properly.
    your lines are blotchy... or whatever it's called...
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    Quote Originally Posted by carloacetre View Post
    I'll keep the straight horizon in mind next time sir. Will also put the PP in the moderation next time hehe
    For a beginner, Try to Avoid shooting WHITE vehicles as much as possible unless you already know how a Spot Metering works. White Subjects, with added reflection from the sun can confuse the camera's metering causing it to underexpose the background more often.
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    Quote Originally Posted by andybonntorrillo View Post
    i think you did a "print screen, paste" you didn't resize the picture properly.
    your lines are blotchy... or whatever it's called...
    Jagged line... needs anti-aliasing... it also happens when a photo is too much sharpened. ;)
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Darem Placer View Post
    Jagged line... needs anti-aliasing... it also happens when a photo is too much sharpened. ;)
    ah... thanks
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    Re: Help me improve my panning shots :)



    Composition wise... the photo is uninteresting.

    Also, the photo is just muddy from the post processing done to it.

 

 

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