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mklass

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Location: Tacoma WA US
Posts: 9,343
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Race Horse at Emerald Downs
· Date: Sat 20-August-2011 · Views: 1249 · Filesize: 141.4KB, 503.9KB · Dimensions: 1024 x 819 ·
Keywords: horse racing
Camera: D700
Lens & Filters: 70-200 f/2.8 VR II w/1.7Xtc
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/4.8
Shutter speed: 1/800
Location: Auburn, WA
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tommiejeep


Location: Goa IN
Posts: 4,687
Sat 20-August-2011 12:39

Mick, no ratings available here but this is a 10 for sure Smile I have been playing with Sports Portraits as my seasons for Soccer and Kite Surfing are coming up. This is simply a stunning portrait of the horse and super capture of the facial expressions Wink Love it, ps also really like the others in the series. Tom
ChristopherP


Location: Sequim WA US
Posts: 358
Sat 20-August-2011 12:01

Agree with Tom, a smile that brightens the day, great timing!
mklass

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Location: Tacoma WA US
Posts: 9,343
Sun 21-August-2011 01:00

Thanks, guys. It's always good to have a photogenic subject.


Tommie, I haven't done kite surfing, but soccer is a lot of fun to shoot. Unfortunately, my 2 daughters have now grown out of it, so the opportunities more limited for me. The 80-400 is a great lens for it.


Mick
tucsonAZ


Location: Tucson AZ US
Posts: 61
Tue 23-June-2015 08:31

Nice photo! Not a photo I would normally come accross.