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Old 12-31-2012, 12:20 PM   #10114
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Originally Posted by NCORWRX View Post
I finally have full access to my flickr account again, so I have been diggin' through last summers shots. I have noticed that my panning/rolling shots all (most anyway) have something in common, blur on the subject. And idk if it's a depth of field issue or camera shake or both? Here is an example, only really looking for C&C on the blur on the rear of the car.

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Panning


If it is camera shake, how do you fix it in rolling shots? Drink less coffee? Softer suspension??
Well, for your panning shot it's most likely DOF, but you've got no EXIF info so I can't see what aperture you're using. For the rolling shot (which also doesn't have EXIF), it's most likely a combination of camera shake and shutter speed. The rolling shot you posted isn't really sharp overall...do you remember what shutter speed you used? If this was a case of the "cheating" Landscape mode, then you might have just proved my case against using that
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