Horses shot this past Sunday.

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  1. Rusty69

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    i dont like that the fence is in focus and the horse is not in the first shot. and the highlights are blown out.

    (is highlights the right word?)
     
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    Humm........I kinda like how the fence is in focus and the sun is backlighting the slightly out of focus animal.
     
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    all that matters is that you like it! :D
     
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    i love all three. i really like the out of focus light from the sun, it gives an ethereal look to the horse. and if i analyze a step further, i don't know if the right word is irony, but i think it's interesting that this ethereal thing is trapped behind the in-focus gate.

    i'll have to show these to my niece... no doubt the response will be a long drawn out "awwwwww"
     
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    Not too bad - number three stands out the most for me though - for even exposure.

    David
     

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