11-13-2007, 11:37 PM
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May I make a video suggestion? Have the person filming stand STILL and gently track you with slow movements. This will cut down on the pixel/grain in the video OR pick a corner far post and prop the camera up on the post where it can catch the whole arena. This way it doesn't move at all and you will get a MUCH better quality video that will be easier to critique. Also you can get a cheap tripod at any camera shop for as little as $20. I just bought one because often times I have NO one to film me, just me :)
Your riding looks good though! Sorry I was so hung up on trying to see it (darn graphic arts person I am! LOL) CUTE horse!!!!