wild horses at sunset C&C

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  1. morgo

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    iso 400

    I know the composition is not the best on these. I was limited by my location (in my vehicle) and by their position. There was houses with lights on either side of them that I didn't want to include. The fence post drives me crazy, especially in 3. I thought about cloning it out or maybe moving it.

    I'm unsure about the exposure. These were taken right after a thunderstorm and it was my first try at a sunset.

    Luckily these guys are my next door neighbors so I am going to try to get some better shots of them.

    C&C welcome!


     
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    Great shots!:thumbup: They look as if they should be postcards for Montana
     
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    i like #2. that one horse to the right reminds me of myself......a rebel!
     
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    I love the effect, if I had to choose which one I'd say the 2nd one out of the 3. I don't think that cloning the post out would be needed for the 2nd, it all depends on the positions of the horses. If you really wanted to do, I doubt it'd be that hard though
     
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    I like #2 as well. The horse off to the right just makes it perfect.
     
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    I think its two horses in number 2. unless that horse has like 6 legs.
     
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    Post some more of what you can get, feel like you can do more with that scenery
     

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