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 Post subject: Let the mayhem begin!
PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 12:16 pm 
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Today in Brockenhurst they rounded up the New Forest ponies for branding/marking/checking/injections etc. in an even known locally as the Drift. This picture shows the beginning of the semi-controlled mayhem that is the Drift.

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And these last three simply wouldn't play ball :D

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I like the natural look, good shots. Was there any PP on these, as a newbie I think some of the posting here have to much PP.

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how did you get such a wide angle?


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This was using the Canon EFS 17-55mm on the Canon 40D - gives a nice BIG wide angle :D
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Hello undefined, and welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forum!
To enjoy your stay here please have a look at the house-rules!
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You could capture such a wide scene with almost any standard zoom on a DSLR body. So no big investment needed :)

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