Cindy Lynch  


Wild Horse by Cindy Lynch

December 2019 - Wild Horse

December 2019 - Cindy Lynch

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In Eminence, MO, there is a herd of wild horses. On a photo expedition there, we were able to find them in the field. I believe they are used to people coming by to watch them, because they are actually very calm and approachable. I liked this shot, because there was a nice background. In post processing, I darkened the background to make the horse stand out. I also adjusted the contrast and details. Settings: f/8, 1/320 sec., ISO 100 and 300 mm focal length.


2 comments posted

David Terao   David Terao
Excellent post processing! You really brought out the character of the horse by sharpening the hairs and eyes. I'm not sure what all you did, but it worked! I like the way you de-saturated, blurred and darkened the green-grass background while lightening the dark vegetation above the grass to give the background a more uniform look. And, your cropping accentuated the image tremendously. Quite a transformation from the original image.   Posted: 12/01/2019 20:20:31

Don MacKenzie   Don MacKenzie
Looks like you got the horse's full attention, eyes on the camera and the ears forward. This helps me, thee viewer, make a strong contact with the horse. The pic is so clear and sharp I feel like I could reach in and touch the horse. Great contrast between horse and background. Nicely done (as usual).   Posted: 12/04/2019 13:33:36

 

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