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    Horse Silhouette ?

    C&C welcome.
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    Horse Silhouette ?
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    Re: Horse Silhouette ?

    I really like this one. Well done.

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    Re: Horse Silhouette ?

    Thanks Bobo.

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    Re: Horse Silhouette ?

    I don't understand this one, Rudi.

    The tree and electricity pylon are perfectly sharp but the horse is blurred. Subject movement?

    If the horse was the sharpest element there, it would have worked a lot better for me. The basic composition idea is good.

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    Re: Horse Silhouette ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    I don't understand this one, Rudi.

    The tree and electricity pylon are perfectly sharp but the horse is blurred. Subject movement?

    If the horse was the sharpest element there, it would have worked a lot better for me. The basic composition idea is good.
    Thanks for replying Geoff,
    It was a 'strange ' very red sunset, all over the sky. Fog hanging over the fields, a few meters high, not very thick, that shielded off all the 'cluther' in the distance.. I rushed indoors to grab my camera. When I returned, my subject has moved off course, and a bigger, higher cloud off fog (reaching about the lowest arms off the pylon) came towards me. I could take a few shots before everything was under a big thick fog....
    For your info, the tree is about 40 meters in front off the horse and the pylon at least 150 meters behind the horse...
    So the blurred horse, due to the fog I think.
    Kregards, Rudi

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