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Horses & Trap III
Horses & Trap III
cheekymunky


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Lens: Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di for Canon
Galleries: Black and White, Action
Date Uploaded: May 30, 2005

Viewed: 801
Comments: 7
Favorites: 4 (view)

I think the correct term is "Scurrying"... but I could be wrong!

I think this is my favourite shot of the day. Take with burst mode & AI servo focus.

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12/06/2006 05:28:23 PM
wow...thats realy good and fast!
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12/06/2006 05:05:16 PM
WOW
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12/06/2006 04:01:37 PM
awesome .......
and thanks for shot details ie 'burst mode' and 'AI servo focus' ... i'll use that info to my advantage!! ... have had 400D for nearly 2 months and go backwards and forwards between auto and manual focus .. havent mastered auto focus yet!! .. seems a brain transplant is in order ...

Message edited by author 2006-12-06 16:06:13.
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06/03/2005 04:22:43 PM
You seem to have a lot of fun with your new 350D ! I'm jealous!
Anyway,A great shot,the best of your horses shots IMO (I love "Scary dood" too !)Your photos were excellent with your SONY,they are gonna be a bit better with the Canon !This one goes with my favourites,just one thing:Keep shooting !
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06/02/2005 04:50:35 PM
Excellent shot! Jealous for the camera's features. This is like a rather refined Ben Hur. Have you ever read H&H? I think it's also known as nag and dog.
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06/02/2005 03:51:33 PM
well done, love the inclusion of the spectators
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06/02/2005 03:48:51 PM
This is definitely a top notch shot, and loses nothing because of the audience. Again I'd like to see it in colour to see what it would be like in a magazine.
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