Making The Turn

© David Stearn

Making The Turn

Uploaded: December 08, 2004

Description

I took this one lying on my stomach aiming and waiting for the horses to make the turn. I used Nik Efex Pro to create the duotone look.



Comments

David Stearn December 08, 2004

Eventually I will have to set up a gallery here. In the meantime let me know your thoughts on this one.

Dave

www.pbase.com/dstearn #195032

Mellanie December 08, 2004

My gosh, these are fantastic images, David! I need to go check out your website...but until then...WOW!!! I showed these shots to my husband because I know his mom (a horse person) would really love these! Wonderful stock photos I have seen so far! I'll check out your website tomorrow! #961678

Mike Rubin December 08, 2004

Awsome shot, Too bad you can't send a copy to everyone who thought you were odd laying on the ground! You shot is proof once again that photography is an art.
Mike #961698

Bob Fehringer December 08, 2004

Not nearly as strong as your first two posts but this could still fill out a photo essay in print.

Glad to see you don't shoot everything from eye level and know that your knees bend.

Keep it up.
BF
www.sportsshooter.com/aavspj #961758

David Stearn December 19, 2004

Thanks Everyone!

This time I was not standing in lake mud so it was easy to get a low angle shot. :) #986692


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