a few of horses

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  1. dalewood

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    Are you looking for c&C?
     
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    The first two are blurry/OOF. The horse's head in the third one seem to blend into the background with the other horses. I think these could be a lot better if you got shots of a single horse in sharp focus.
     
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    The first shot is really a bad shot man...the others....meh...these need some work to become even remotely interesting. Sorry to rain on your parade, but the first shot...dude...that's like a spike or a fork'en horn...we're looking for branch-antlered, mature bucks here...
     
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    With me being a newbie I can even tell the first one is way out of focus. The other two most folks here would list them as snapshots.
     
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    Try shooting with a wider aperture. Something like f/5.6-8. That will help separate your subject from the background by narrowing your depth of field.
     
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    Yea agree with this I didn't know if the op was looking for cc but looks like he was, first shot is a throw away shot and the other two are flat and need to be pp
     
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    thank you for the c&c ill work on it ;)
     

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