You figure it out and keep moving on. I guess. I am not sure that is a phrase, but that is what I do. I just keep at it. On and on and on again. I don’t know what that means, but just the same.
With that said, naturally I would keep at trying to master the black background horse photos that I have been working on.
I only did two horses this batch. Being able to correspond help holding horses isn’t the easiest thing. I really need to bribe people with baked goods to help me. There are a lot of horses out at that farm and I’d like to attempt them all (some of them again). Much like Buddy. I was happy with his last batch, but this one….
Oh, my! Are they perfect? Probably not. We know that there will be someone somewhere that could have done them better. That is fine. You do you. I actually like them a lot just the way that they are. A couple of them are a little softer than I intended, but I would say that it was a very successful shoot this time around. I still went low on my aperture, but I increased my shutter speed. I’m also a heavy shooter…probably ridiculously so. With all that combined. I think that I achieved some pretty amazing shots. I also like the bridle look much more than the halters. Bridles are an acceptable choice since going with nothing at all is not really an option. These guys would run if given the chance…not far. Two feet at most, the grass is way too tempting.
The male owner of the farm prefers the halter look, so the ones that I did specifically for him will remain, but I will like to do all the horses in their bridles for my own use. I am excited about the possibilities.
With these I chose to go black and white, but I have colored versions as well. I will be posting those eventually, but for now…just these. I hope that you like them.
Have a beautiful day and tomorrow.
Montana Rose Photography