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Equestrian photography #7557
04/05/07 12:53 AM
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Some of my favorites from the horse show this weekend












Re: Equestrian photography [Re: Julie] #7558
04/05/07 04:22 AM
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Hi Julie,

It is hard to say anything critical about these. They are all very well done. That first shot of the silhouette is very publishable in my opinion.

James

Re: Equestrian photography [Re: James Morrissey] #7559
04/08/07 06:29 AM
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The first shot is just stunning Julie. They are all great but that one is a knockout.


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Julie [Re: Julie] #7560
05/17/07 03:46 AM
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Very nice job. I anm looking to get into equestrian photography. I have a camera and a horse. Please take a look at my gallery (equestrian - Rolex and Bucks County Horse Park). C&C appreciated.

http://www.digitalexpressionsphotography.com/Equestrian

Laslo


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Re: Julie [Re: lv1] #7561
05/17/07 11:50 AM
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If you are very interested in getting into equestrian photography, the best place to learn about it is http://www.equinephotographers.org There are very high profile equestrian photographers that will give you honest critiques.

It is a funny niche and the event photography at the local level is not a huge money maker. It is enough to be worthwhile, but, you won't make a living from it.

In your galleries, your Graystone equestrian center one, you were using too short a lens. You really must use one that is 100mm or longer to keep the distortion from occuring(the big head look) And watch the feet. Can't have a horse without feet

In pleasant hollow, I would crop closer, maybe some with vertical crops. I like to crop pretty tight.

Give EPN a try, worth the money, and will improve your equestrian photography second only to being an apprentice!

Julie - Thanks [Re: Julie] #7562
05/17/07 01:43 PM
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I will check out them out. And thanks for looking at the photos. I agree with tighter crops and verticals. In my Rolex Phot gallery I used the vertical crops for the first time. My fiend (and fellow equestrian) of course preferred landscape. Oh well!!

Laslo


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