What is panning?
Panning is the horizontal movement of a camera as it scans a moving subject. Think: making your background move while your subject standstill.
When you pan you’re moving your camera with your subject as it moves parallel to you. In order to pan successfully your camera has got to follow the subject’s movement and match it’s speed and direction as perfectly as possible. Remember, shutter speed is the key. Aim for 60 or 1/160 of a second. Here’s a few examples: