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I agree with both comments. An ISO of 400 or more would indeed bring the shutter speed up to a point where the leg movement would'nt be a problem. For sure you need some room in front of this splendid horse to allow it to move into frame. Just one more small niggle if I may. The rider's eyes are shaded and it might help next time if she looks up so that the sun will light her face more.
Headlights technique taught to me by the veritable King of car photography, Taly Noy.
Photography, particularly of the digital kind with instant feed back is all about experimenting and learning from the experience. One look at the camera's LCD screen should have told you this one hasn't worked.
Certainly getting there. Nice image well spotted. The tints work for me too. Could you lose the window on the right though? The pots are suffering a little distortion as a result of the wide angel so I do think you need a longer lens and to "elevate the shot" try shooting from a lower prospective. That will make the door more dominant and the scuffy earth inside the pots will be less noticeable.
I like this portrait a lot but like Clicknimagine I think a touch less light would have left a bit more detail to the subject's right side. I disagree about the eyes though. His expression is a little too vacant. Google (Irving Penn at the national) and see how he captured Dietrich and Pacino with similar lighting to your's but the eyes looking at camera make the shots each time for me.
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