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Sep 02, 2012 00:29 |  #1036

jakefreese wrote in post #14936479 (external link)
not many times do I run across a selective color shot that I like, but I really like that one!

Thanks Jakefreese
It must be the Texan in you because I took this about 30 miles East of Amarillo..

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Sep 02, 2012 06:54 |  #1037

gordonb wrote in post #14936802 (external link)
Thanks Jakefreese
It must be the Texan in you because I took this about 30 miles East of Amarillo..

Gordon


You found a tree out there! lol It looks like that area


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Sep 02, 2012 11:08 |  #1038

jakefreese wrote in post #14937353 (external link)
You found a tree out there! lol It looks like that area

LOL .. I agree on the tree part. Just by looking at the tree can you tell me what direction I was shooting ?
Just a hint: We use trees as wind vanes. LOL again..

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Sep 02, 2012 12:34 |  #1039

A new Beginning for the stable

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Sep 02, 2012 17:27 |  #1040

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Sep 02, 2012 17:43 |  #1041

gordonb wrote in post #14938278 (external link)
A new Beginning for the stable

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Beautiful foal!


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Sep 03, 2012 20:42 |  #1042

gordonb wrote in post #14936352 (external link)
Her's a shot of my Brothers Quarter Horses with the baby sitter bringing up the rear.
I posted this in the wildlife section a year or so ago also.

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Mighty nice! :D


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Sep 03, 2012 21:13 |  #1043

This is bandit

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Sep 04, 2012 00:13 as a reply to  @ R&HSwinney's post |  #1044

Very nice pictures all of you.
I've become more like a horse photographer thanks to my girlfriend.
Below it is one year old Majsan with her mother in the background:

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Sep 11, 2012 22:28 |  #1045

How about some wild horses out at Return to Freedom?

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Sep 14, 2012 10:57 |  #1046

silversldr wrote in post #14979535 (external link)
How about some wild horses out at Return to Freedom?


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I normally hate slow shutter speed panned photos. Most of them just reflect the fact that someone just learned how to do it and look that amateurish.

But this one is exceptional. Really exceptional.

If I were to nit pick you might want to think about opening up exposure just a hair (1/3 stop, 1/2 stop?) to get just a little more shadow detail around the front foal's eye.

Very cool! Thanks for sharing this.


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Sep 15, 2012 11:24 |  #1047

matonanjin wrote in post #14990517 (external link)
I normally hate slow shutter speed panned photos. Most of them just reflect the fact that someone just learned how to do it and look that amateurish.

But this one is exceptional. Really exceptional.

If I were to nit pick you might want to think about opening up exposure just a hair (1/3 stop, 1/2 stop?) to get just a little more shadow detail around the front foal's eye.

Very cool! Thanks for sharing this.


Thank you. I think I lost that detail in processing but will remember that the next time I am out there. Thank you again


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Sep 17, 2012 06:18 |  #1048

I meant open it up in post.


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Sep 17, 2012 19:33 |  #1049

"silversldr...that panning shot of the foals is amazing."


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Sep 17, 2012 20:47 as a reply to  @ SJC from VT's post |  #1050

Been developing my technique using the Elinchrom Quadra handheld on a telescoping carbon fiber boom. I'm really happy with the setup. I can hold the light in one hand and shoot with the other.

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