Phyllis H. Burchett March 19, 2010

Nice work Linda! #1250003

Mike Clime March 19, 2010

This looks fine to me and it's composed nicely! Does your camera have a continuous focus mode? If it does that works great for panning moving objects and keeping them in focus. #8466338

Cathy Barrows March 19, 2010

well I think it is fantastic...i hope I have one this good but I doubt it...darn things wouldn't stay #8466345

Amy M. Wilson March 19, 2010

I too think this is fantastic... love it, Linda!!! #8466790

Linda Blair March 23, 2010

Thank you ♥ #8474275

JO ANN CLEVELAND March 23, 2010

I think this is awesome Linda, you don't need any got it fine!

jo ann c. #8475045

Carla Capra level-classic April 04, 2010

Hi Linda,
Oh my, the motion in this image is exciting. Nicely done!
I used to show on the paint circuit and this image reminds my of one of my favorite horses. Thanks for sharing this one.
Happy Day,
Carla #8509442

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One of my first attempts at panning a running horse...thanks to Phyllis for a great day at her farm with friends Cathy and Wes...had a wonderful time. I know it's not tack sharp but am looking for help from anyone that knows about panning moving horses....all help welcome. Have a great weekend.

Exif: F Number: 11, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/40 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 237.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D

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