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White horse

By Tooth
THis chap was in our stables a couple of months ago. I'm startng to get into this type of stuff since we have a captive audience. This i sjust natural daylight on an overcasat day

All comments and critique welcome as always

Stephen

Tags: Horse White Stable Pets and captive animals

Voters: luckybry, vickyal, joolsb and 8 more


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20 Jun 2012 4:21PM
Cute.
Vicky

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snapbandit 12 2.2k 3 Northern Ireland
22 Jun 2012 12:13AM
Good composition & looks like a nice horse, unfortunately Stephen, for me, the shot is ruined by using too slow a shutter speed and the whole shot suffers from camera shake/blur, it looks like a dull day so you may not have had much light to work with, but opening the lens aperture up & sacrificing some dof should give a faster shutter & produce a sharper image .
apologies if you were going for that effect, but my personal opinion is I would have liked something sharp (probably the eye).

Joe B
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
22 Jun 2012 2:13PM
You're spot on Joe! My eyes were tired when I worked on the shot and it's much more obvious now - I'm gonna work on this kind of stuffand you're right, a stop down and a wee increase n ISO would have made a big difference. Thanks for being honest

Stephen
paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2012 12:20AM

Quote:Good composition & looks like a nice horse, unfortunately Stephen, for me, the shot is ruined by using too slow a shutter speed and the whole shot suffers from camera shake/blur, it looks like a dull day so you may not have had much light to work with, but opening the lens aperture up & sacrificing some dof should give a faster shutter & produce a sharper image .
apologies if you were going for that effect, but my personal opinion is I would have liked something sharp (probably the eye).

Joe B



Agreed 100%. That aside its a striking image.
Matt
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
5 Jul 2012 1:49AM
Well it looks good through my aged eyes . A fine portrait . Love his eyelashes , think a shave might might be in order Winkxxx

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