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  1. Broder

    Broder Mudshark

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    I've just tried my hand at some panned shots... anyone else have any? It takes a bit of patience, but really suggests the speed of the fish quite nicely

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    Pics look awesome
     
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    Nice one Mudshark. What settings do you use to get shots like that. F Stop and ISO Please :)
     
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    ISO will depend on lighting and what speed your shutter is set on..
     
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    Lower your aperture Mudshark, so that the background lines are more "streaky"
     
  7. Broder

    Broder Thread Starter Mudshark

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    f2.8, ISO100 ( with a better camera you'll be able to increase yhat so that you can close your aperture more and get the streaky lines that Sean is referring to) The important part is to use a shutter speed of 1/15th to 1/25th of a second.
    You will have to use your manual setting on the camera. You can set your ISO to low iso100 for high resolution pictures or higher, which gives you more light, ie faster shutter and small aperture, but lower resolution when you blow your pictures up.
    I'll try that.
     
  8. Boendoe

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    Nice one Mudshark

    Looks like that trigger is haling ass.
     
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    thaT Trigger must really be halling ass cos i cant see it:razz:

    Awesome pics their mudshark
     
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    Pics are awesome...But why call it panning...? :confused1:
     
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    Really good pics there Mudshark:)
     
  12. Broder

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    It's not a picture for a fish identification book, but it indicates how fast these fish move.
     
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