Morning at the track, pt. 1

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  1. chroix

    chroix In Latin it's "spikius conius thingonius"

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    Had to shoot at Keeneland in Lexington, KY for an article on horse trainers..I'll post a couple more later.
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  2. railman44

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    I like it. Cool shot!
     
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    I love this. I love the way the horse is looking dead on into the camera and the way you can't really see the old guy's eyes at all. I also love the expression on the trainer's face. I love happy candid shots like this.

    Great job!
     
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    What she said :thumbup:
     
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    Nice except the jacket sleeve in the foreground is at least one stop over exposed and leads the eye out of frame... its all about graphics...
     
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    the composition is great,but i cant take my eyes off that over exposed sleve, and i dont like not being able to see his eyes...
     
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    Good character and emotion in this shot. I too would like to see the eyes, the reflection is distracting for me.
     

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