This is yet another technique I have never practiced consciously but now will be doing more of when opportunity arises.
Panning with slower shutter speed while following a subject gives the sense of special effect movement in an image. It brings amazing results with more practice which I could do more.
Certainly luck plays a big part especially when you have a moving target. In taking 10 shots of slightly different speed while panning may result in one or two great photos.
Getting the moving image relatively sharp would be goal. The blurred background will make the panning shot stand out.
I am grateful for this formal introduction to panning on Dogwoodwood 52 Week Photography Challenge and having a chance to observe examples by other participants.
Goose and a Semi in motion
"Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion." - Jalaluddin Rumi