How did I do it? I prefocused my Canon EOS 5D and 24-70mm f/2.8L Canon lens at a point directly in front of me, and asked the model to swing toward and away from the camera. I held the 5D at arm's length, and as she swung toward the point of prefocus, I rapidly drew the camera in toward my chest as I opened the shutter 1/60 sec at f/11 (ISO 100). This unusual form of panning produced arrow-like streaks (notice the ground) that seem aimed directly at the viewer. The result: a dynamic sense of motion and dimensionality.