Photographer's Note

Some more reworked finds from the archives.

Passing by a busy street in Udon Thani, Northern eastern Thailand:

An attempt at panning practice whilst out and about with my camera - eleven years ago- which was more difficult than I initially expected! Dozen of shots went straight to the bin, but It was fun because it gives me the opportunity to test my reflexive actions and focus. This is also where learning how to manually pre-or-zone focus can prove itself, of course shutter speed and aperture play a part too. Get the combination right and manual settings can be real winners....

I used a relatively slow shutter speed of 1/13 second, F29 @ 56mm to get some motion blur on the background, this 'samlor' moves at a relatively constant speed to keep it in the viewfinder exactly what the camera took

Additonal picture:
Workshop1: An earlier shot at the same location, panned at 1/10 sec, F22, @ 62 mm. Although the composition isn't perfect but I love the feeling of ghostly, dream-like effect of the three-wheeler imo a photographic image needn’t always be sharp..

I know that these are far from perfect pictures to TE standards

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