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Date:4/20/2014 5:06:18 AM
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This is not Jetstream, but Jetstream's owner here (Oh dear. Bad things would happen if he figured out how to turn the camera on.).
You wanted people to critiqe your pictures, and let me start off by saying you've got a GREAT quality of work!
I escpecially like the second the fifth pictures on the bottom of the page- they have great composition and show action- things judges like in 4H!
A tip on how to reduce blurriness, escpecially at jumps- move your camera along with the horse, don't just wait for him to jump and then snap really quickly. For example, if you want a picture of a specific jump, keep the horse in the viewfinder from, say, the jump before, and as he's going over, snap the picture and add a pronounced follow-through - keep moving the camera along with the horse until the picture shows up on your screen. This does take practice, but it really cuts down on blurriness in action photos.
Hope this helps!
~ K (Sorry about the humongous post)
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