A few months ago, I was introduced to the magic of Beach Panning, a technique that puts the photographer down low at the same level with the shore birds on the beach. Since then, I’ve had several opportunities to try it and now I can’t seem to get enough of it. Last week, I made a presentation about Beach Panning to the Placer Camera Club and prepared a short slide show with some of my favorite Beach Panning photographs. The video’s musical accompaniment is Angel Eyes played by my favorite jazz pianist, the great Oscar Oeterson — no relation to Moose Peterson who introduced me to Beach Panning.
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3 thoughts on “2017—The Magic Of Beach Panning”
Thanks for posting the video. I missed the meeting but now have seen the video. Cool bird shots.
So awesome! You know how I love the beach panning shots- and it’s wonderful to see them in a presentation with music. What a treat for your camera club!