These photos are pretty fun to attempt. You’re never really sure how they will turn out and occasionally you end up with a beautiful piece of art. See the bottom of this post for more info on the technique used.
Here are a couple of my most recent attempts:
Here are a couple of older favorites as well:
The technique used to create these is pretty simple. Set the shutter to a fairly slow speed (0″3, 0″6, 1/6, 1/8 etc) and pan the camera when shooting. Practice with different shutter speeds, different panning speeds, panning directions, and of course different subjects until you get something you like.
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