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Equestrian Event

Discussion in 'Birds' started by dbirdsong, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. dbirdsong

    dbirdsong Guest

    I went up to the Milford High School Saturday for the Equestrian Event.
    I have never been to one in my life and to be honest, I like the pictures I took but I don't know if they are what horse folks want in pictures or not.
    Here are a couple of the shots from today.



    I think this one is pretty funny, the horse was scratching a itch on his noise using the back of the owners dad.


    You can see the rest here
  2. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005

    Nice shots. I would think that these are exactly what the owners and riders are looking for. The last one is really cute. Reminds me of the way my cats rub their faces on me. :smile:
  3. bfjr

    bfjr Guest

    cute girls on horses, what could be better :biggrin: which I was there!!
    and that last one you really caught a great moment, pretty funny :biggrin:
  4. NIce shots Dave, luv the last one, got a good chuckle, thats a framer!
  5. dbirdsong

    dbirdsong Guest

    Thanks Frank, Ben and Keith.
    I think I am going to try and attend a few more in the future. I want to get pictures of them jumping, but I got there about 10 minutes after that part ended. :frown:
  6. MontyDog


    Jan 30, 2005
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  7. peterdove

    peterdove Guest


    I like the first two shots and I have been to your site, you have a good feel for some of the static, and atmosheric shots. The one above isnt great and the horse is resisting, showing its teeth, its ears are back and its twisting its head.

    Have a look at some of the tips I have posted about the net to get an idea at some of the moments in each of the paces one should be looking for.

    Try and get the shots with the horses ears forward, they will sell much better.

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