Well, we did it.
We are now a proud owner of a video tutorial series. Yes.
This a direct response to all those people who have been moaning to us about panning in sports photography. Tsutomu Takasu who is a sports photographer based in Japan was kind enough to give us a hand in how to pan.
Please remind yourself that this is our very first attempt and it is also Tsutomu’s very first attempt at video. So, it’s a really rough. The sound is so-so and we could have him relax a bit. He could also have gotten a haircut.
Please and I mean, PLEASE let us know what you think about the video. It’s like our Training Ground, so let it rip. We would also love to know if you have a desperate need for us to do another tutorial in other aspects of sports photography.
As for panning we are planning to do a part 2 in the near future. If you have any specific questions or comments regarding it, please leave them on this blog post and not on YouTube. It’s easier that way.
Next time, we hope to have better sound, better haircut and maybe even Enya in the background.
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