Panning is a technique used in photography to create the illusion of movement in a photo. The photographer pans the camera along with the subject, resulting in a streaked background. This technique is often used in sports photography to make the subject stand out from the background.
There are a few things to keep in mind when panning:
1. Use a shutter speed that is 1/15th of a second or slower. This will help blur the background while still keeping the subject in focus.
2. Use a low ISO setting to avoid camera shake.
3. Use a tripod to keep the camera steady.
4. Pre-focus on the subject before panning.
5. Follow through with the pan after the shutter is released.
Here are a few examples of photos that have been panned: