My DSLR has several automatic modes. While I prefer to shoot in manual for uh, near everything now, finding the right balance of shutter speed, aperture, ISO levels and so on is challenging for me, especially when I’m out of my “studio” and faced with subjects that do not stay still.
Part of me thinks it’s “cheating” to use these modes, while another part of me is grateful for it, as it means I get to spend less time thinking and more time just shooting. I have so much to learn though.
I really liked playing with continuous shooting, and the majority of the photos I got at Rebecca Farm are sequences like this one:
Some turned out a lot better than others, but like I said, I still have lots to learn. 🙂
Here’s another grey I loved and got a ton of photos of:
The remaining horses were part of the Jr. Open novice divisions, instead of Sr. 🙂
Love the blingy browband!
Bit of a crooked jump here, hehe. 🙂
This one looks to have a slight Roman nose?
Most of the competitors wore black coats, so this girl really stood out in her bright blue. Goes well with the chestnut, I think. 🙂
Cross country is next!
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Again, Great photos! I love the horses! Great job!