Thank you, Carien, for a class that taught me a lot. It was a challenge for me and my pictures aren't the quality of everyone else in the class, but I think I have improved a little. Now I know what I should be looking for in head shots, conformation, action, etc. I know to use my lense at 200mm or above and found out I can take single shots with pretty good results. Still working on shutter speed settings and using a monopod. This class has made me want to find other horses besides just Standardbreds at the races to take pictures of. Right now I'm thinking of working on what I learned from this class for a year or so, and then if it's offered again, may be taking it over. I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at everyone's pictures and feel I have learned from them as well as the course material. Thanks everyone!
This young boy had the biggest horse in his 4H competition at a county fair.
Aperature Priority ~ 1/1600, f6.3, 400, 300mm
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Canon Rebel XTi, Tamaron AF Aspherical XR Di 28-300mm, 1:35-6.3 Macro
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