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Copyright: bryan johnstone (luckybry) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1008 W: 59 N: 1348] (12051)
Genre: People
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-07
Categories: Action
Camera: Nikon D90, Nikkor 70-300 f4-5.6
Exposure: f/11, 1/400 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-08-09 7:45
Viewed: 1251
Points: 10
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taken at the Kelso show this guy and horse was part of the devils horseman display team some realy good riders they have appeared in many films including gladitor tomb raider and are appering the Spielburg movie had to do a little pp work but nothing to drastic
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Hi Bryan,
oohh I would of loved to see that show! Great shot of the action though! TFS
Donna:O)

WOW!
great shot, love when horses do that :)
you weren't so lucky with weather :(
great action photo!
cheers!

Excellente photographie. Bravo

Vraiment un très bon example "d'un moment decisif" "decisive moment" et que parfois, la composition est crée de par le centre. Tout l'interet est sur le cheval et son cavalier.

Pour en revenir a "instant decisive" On ressent que le cheval est en position vertical maximun, et du coté du cavalier, l'angle, sa position, et son regard, rajoute a l'intensité de cette photo.

Parcontre, je trouve personnellement les couleurs un peu trop bleuté. Quand meme rien de drastique....)))

Tres bon travail

Hello Bryan,

You did well to capture this moment without a lot of motion blur! It is a fine capture of the magnificent horse at the extreme of its 'rear'.
At first, I thought it was a little too centrally placed but, on reflection, you are absolutely right; the horse is facing one way and the rider the other, so it needs to be central.
Perhaps it would benefit from a little more saturation, otherwise, a fine shot.

My warmest regards,
Bev :-)

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  • werdir Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1416 W: 147 N: 2654] (11957)
  • [2010-08-09 16:08]

Hi Bryan,

Very nice action shot, I don't think the horse can go any higher. Good shutter speed to freeze the motion, and the central placement works rather well here IMHO. Nice DOF too, so that we can see this is part of an event.

Regards,
Werner

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