One of my favourite headshots I've taken during the course.
I like it because for me the horse looks great and it it stands out well from the background.
What I've learned during the course and I would like to thank Carien for:
I've learned to better control my depth of field using aperture and focal length, to make the background disappear or to better use it to highlight the model in the foreground. I've learned to become intractable on the model's position and expression. It is not enough to control the camera and all the settings which are possible to make a nice photo. It needs also to control the horse's "settings" and my owns: the angle of shooting, my position, my distance to the model etc... I've learned being more conscious and concentrated on the photo I want to create, how to catch the right moment (even if I'm still not really able to do it, I know now what I'm looking for) and not doing only snapshot or photos as a result of chance