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FEATURED WEB TUTORIAL: EQUINE
 

Photographing Horses

Published by:  Photoquest
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To produce outstanding photographs you must learn to become an observer. You must learn to see everything through the lens of a camera, not just the horse.

The most critical lesson for all photographers to learn, is to observe. Most of us, myself included, wander through life only seeing a small percentage of what is there in front of us.

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Introduction to Equine Photography by GaitedHorses
Most horse lovers plaster their walls with professional photographs taken of their horses in competition, or at home on the farm.

With

They Shoot Horses Don't They? by Photographic
No matter what camera system you have, Jackson advises first and foremost, "Horses look better when captured with a long lens, rather than
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