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Old April 26th, 2012, 10:10 PM
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horses in field

Okay, I promise, this will be the last one (for a little while anyway) with a bit of a vintage feel to it.

I'm going through some of my shots from last year, as the weather here is far from ideal for going out (we are expecting between 5-10cms of snow tomorrow).

Anyway, I really like how this one turned out. I know the one horse is pretty centered in the foreground, but I think the other horse, as well as the fence gates on the left, give the photo nice balance. Hope you agree.

C&C welcome and appreciated.


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I look at this and it floods me with memories of the film days from the 70's when I would take pictures of the horses across the street from my Aunt & Uncles house in Illinois. Just the look of the image, the post processing you've done. Great job.
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Looks great! The pretty clouds really caught my attention too
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Old April 27th, 2012, 08:28 AM
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I look at this and it floods me with memories of the film days from the 70's when I would take pictures of the horses across the street from my Aunt & Uncles house in Illinois. Just the look of the image, the post processing you've done. Great job.
Sharna, what you described is exactly the feel I was going for. Thanks so much for commenting.

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Looks great! The pretty clouds really caught my attention too
Thank you, Jennifer. I'm really liking this old feel to some of my photos.
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Nice capture and processing. It definitely has a very nice feel to it.
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Nice capture and processing. It definitely has a very nice feel to it.
Thank you for your nice comment.
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Re: horses in field

I think you should try cloning the horse on the right. It is always better with odd numbers of items in you pictures, 1,3,5 ect. Plus its not showing its better side. Just a thought. Reasons
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Old April 30th, 2012, 09:25 PM
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I think you should try cloning the horse on the right. It is always better with odd numbers of items in you pictures, 1,3,5 ect. Plus its not showing its better side. Just a thought. Reasons
http://painting.about.com/od/composi...on-rules_2.htm
I thought about cloning the horse out, due to the 'rule of odds'. I felt, though, that it would leave the main horse too centered, and I didn't want to crop to sort of apply the rule of thirds again. Hope that makes sense.

Thanks for commenting, though.
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