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Working Horses

By kiasen  

Tags: Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.


kinfatric 13 550 9 Scotland
20 Mar 2011 12:17PM
If you could have excluded the vehicles and people top left and the tree in the background of the horse on the right as viewed it would have taken these distractions away, but I like the image and was going to vote on it, but seeing you''ve asked for critque I've given some.

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20 Mar 2011 12:53PM
Beautiful capture, beautiful horses.
JackieB 7 18 3 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2011 5:27PM
Superb image, well captured.

iancrowson Plus
7 211 146 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2011 6:59PM
I like the composition. I guess this might be a capture of an event and therefore the truck and people add to the scene. The picture is NOT slanting, if it was the tree and people would be leaning over. I suggest Focus Man may need new specs or sits at an angle! The dust act motion to the scene showing horses at work. Excellent image with action.
Jestertheclown 9 7.6k 252 England
20 Mar 2011 8:04PM
I rather like this!
I've uploaded a mod. in which I've made a tweak or two using the shadows/highlights tool to draw out some detail in the horses and I've also toned down the high vis orange jacket in the top left.
As Ian has said, this is presumably some kind of event so the vehicles don't look out of place. Not to me anyway.
I'm certainly not about to suggest that Frank needs glasses but if it is slanting, it's only by a tiny amount.
I've run it through my favourite straightener (Picasa) and I can't see a lot wrong with it. I think that the slope on the left is just that. A slope. If you level that, the horses appear to be falling over.
Hope that helps.

kiasen 8 7 Australia
21 Mar 2011 4:38AM
Grin I would like to thank you all for your Constructive Critique and your modifcations. At this stage I don't have any software for doing modifations as I find using the Camera enough of a challenge at the moment. Next time I will give more information where the photos were taken.

Cheers Mike.

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