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 Post subject: Horse Jump C&C Please
PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 12:23 am 
Hi everyone,

New joiner to this forum, but always enjoyed the reviews so thought I would register as a member. I used to be into photography quite a bit when I was younger, still have an old Canon 350D but recently bought a little G12 to reignite my passion.

Here is my other half riding her horse, I would appreciate some C&C on these if possible. I'm currently hindered by the depth of field on this little G12 but any comments I would greatly appreciate!

Mark


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Jamie Jump 3 by Evansie, on Flickr

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Jamie Jump 2 by Evansie, on Flickr

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Welcome to the forum online, I think you captured some great sharp action moments here and they look to me with no PP. Depth of field is a personal choice, I like the shots how they are.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:57 am 
Thanks! There is no PP as I'm not sure what I would do to improve these images. That's not a big headed comment, but I don't have the experience to do so!

Regards,

Mark.


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Depth of field is a personal choice, I like the shots how they are.


I'd prefer it the other way, I think DoF would be nice in these photos. Oh all in due time...

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