Blurred panic

by Al
(Durban)

Gemsbok and Springbok blur

Gemsbok and Springbok blur

This photograph was taken at Okakuejo waterhole at midday. The light was very bright so I had set my aperture to f16 and my ISO to 100. I didn't expect the animals to run but something scared them and they took off.


Luckily mt camera settings were already set to a slow ISO and a small aperture and I panned with the gemsbok and springbok's motion resulting in this blur.

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Oct 19, 2012
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I like the effect
by: Mike

didn't know you could do panning when the sun was bright

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