Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
That's a good start and pretty horse.
#1: The lighting is nice, but as sky said, leave the same amount of room at the top and bottom
#2: Cute facial expression and nice positioning in the frame (with space to one side). Try to give him/her more space, the lower lip and ears are cut off.
#3: You are taking the picture from above the horse's level downwards. Try going lower, with you camera at the horse's height, keeps the proportions better.
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