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By LensYews      
Shutter priority mode set to 1/80 and ISO 100, panning. Background was limited to where I was at the time on the way to my shooting position for the race, I know it would have been better to have a clean background. Adjusted in RAW, very minor cropping and sharpening in PSE.

Tags: General Sports and action

Voters: banehawi, andrewrit, kazzy1963 and 4 more

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banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3892 Canada
23 Jan 2010 9:53PM
I like it as its quite an intriguing shot. You didnt mention which focal length used ( I assume 200mm} and is a tripod was used (I assume no) and if my assumptions are correct youve used way too slow a shutter speed to handhold, and pulled it off with the interesting result that you can see the shadows of where the horses legs were! The Gods of photography were with you! The minimum speed for a handheld shot under these condition would have been 1/400!

Its a tad dark, and a little tight in the frame so loaded a mod to address these. I used the fence post as a horizontal reference, as otherwise it seems a little tilted.

Hope this feedback is helpful,



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fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2010 11:45PM
Nice shot and panning..thanks for sharing

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