Panning is capture with the camera moving in the direction of movement of the object to be targeted so that the object will appear to focus while the background was blurred. Here are some practical steps to do panning:
1. Do not use a tripod, to follow the direction of the object motion cameras should be able to move flexibly
2. Set the camera to Shutter Priority mode (S or Tv)
3. Shutter speed is used for panning is between 1/30 to 1/8, so set the camera among the figures
4. Find objects that will move dipanning (tips: choose a colorful background for panning so that the blur of the background more interesting)
5. Point the camera to follow a moving object and push the release button halfway to take focus.
6. Keep hands move gently as possible, that sudden movement could startle the images that do not lead to attractive
7. When our hands are ‘in tune’ with the motion of an object, push the release button to take exposures
8. The more practice, the hands and our eyes will be more refined!