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Categories: Photography Advisor: Arnold Lee Ask By: WELLACE
When shooting kids figure skating with a 70-300mm lens, how can we take a nice panning shot with subject in sharp focus and a motion background? How is the camera set for a white icy background?
The panning technique is widely used for shooting fast moving subjects. We can turn on Al Servo to track focus and use continuous shooting for a better chance to capture the ideal image. Also switch the lens' image stabilization to no. 2 Pan/Tilt mode for steadier result. To give an adequate motion blur to the background while keeping the subject in sharp focus, a shutter speed of 1/100 - 1/250 is recommended which is not too fast.