Monochromia: On the Move

Panning motion of passing motorcyleNikon D90, 35 mm f/1.8 lens, 1/100sec @ f/8, ISO 250

Fun with panning…

This photo marks my 14th week as a contributor on Monochromia. Continued thanks to the blog’s brainchild and manager, Joe Giordano of The Visual Chronicle. As of a few weeks ago, a Google search for ”monochromia” found us in the number one spot! Thanks to all for the camaraderie and the lessons learned from your photos and feedback. I’m honored to be a part of the group!

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16 thoughts on “Monochromia: On the Move

  1. Nice photo Stacey! I’ve not yet tried panning myself. I have the same lens you used for this one and it’s wonderfully versatile and sharp isn’t it? I say this, as I look at my bookshelf full of old film cameras, with my Nikon digital trapped in the middle 🙂


    • Thanks, Steve. I find panning to be a lot of fun, especially with this lens. Using it for the first time opened up a whole new photographic world for me 🙂 Film cameras, huh? The only film cameras I ever owned were the point and shoot kind, some with those square rotating flash bulbs that had four flashes each. Such a hoot!

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      • I can’t say that I ever owned much better than a film point and shoot when I was younger, but now that great film cameras can be had for the price of lunch, and film still being produced and processed, why not?

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