Practice Panning to Make it Different at BFI

I was killing some time at Boeing Field and the light was dropping fast.  There was a variety of traffic inbound but nothing that counted as terribly unusual and not, therefore, something I desperately cared about getting a good shot with.  As a result, I decided to play around with low shutter speeds to see how it changed the look of the shots at a familiar location, to see how the sharpness varied across the airframe and to see just how badly may panning skills have degraded.  Needless to say, the results were pretty mixed.  The worst of the lot will clearly never see the light of day but here you can see some of the shots that I was okay with.  The conclusion from the output is that I should go a bit lower in shutter speed to increase the sense of speed.

 

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