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Old 06-18-2011   #1
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A very kind horse, he's been packing around little kids at horse camp all week.

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Old 06-18-2011   #2
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excellent shots!!! he has a very kind face!
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I love them, especially #1. Kind of a magical quality to it.
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Thank you both very much!
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Very nice.... I love the color on a flea bit gray...
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Love the wind-blown forelock.
How'd you get so much light on his face? I assume the window at the back of the stall is closed, if there is one. He's got a nice head, and the dark background really makes it pop.
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Lovely! I especially like the eye contact in the second.

I'm guessing that you darkened that board in front of him? His chin has a halo in the first one...
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You captured him very well, I agree the eye contact in the second one works!

He looks like a very eager fellow, bright eye!
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Love the wind-blown forelock.
How'd you get so much light on his face? I assume the window at the back of the stall is closed, if there is one. He's got a nice head, and the dark background really makes it pop.
Thank you. Yes, the stall door behind is closed. This stall is right next to the end of the barn door for the ally way, camera right, and then I had a reflector off to camera left, but the wind was blowing enough I think we gave up on it. I exposed for his head, and then burned down the stall to my liking.

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Lovely! I especially like the eye contact in the second.

I'm guessing that you darkened that board in front of him? His chin has a halo in the first one...
Yep, I need to go back and fix that, thanks!

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You captured him very well, I agree the eye contact in the second one works!

He looks like a very eager fellow, bright eye!
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