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post #21 of 45 Old 07-16-2013, 11:33 PM
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Anybody can have a decent moment and take a picture. If you watch ENOUGH of his videos you see how sloppy he is.
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post #22 of 45 Old 07-17-2013, 12:26 AM
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Toto I do agree with you.
And palogal, I've seen over 100 videos of him ride, and I've rewatched most of them over a dozen times each. He can ride just fine.

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I see its time again for our bi-monthly parelli-bash-athon thread
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Palogal- Lol how hard would it be to really take a picture at only a split decent second- like trying to snap a shot of lightning-- thing is big men look different in the saddle than a skinny one would.



COWCHICK77- I figured out our mystery strap in the picture-- its the end of his reins-- wait no its the leather strap on the other side of the saddle.

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Palogal- Lol how hard would it be to really take a picture at only a split decent second- like trying to snap a shot of lightning-- thing is big men look different in the saddle than a skinny one would.



COWCHICK77- I figured out our mystery strap in the picture-- its the end of his reins-- wait no its the leather strap on the other side of the saddle.

Um he has professional photographers that are hired to make him look good. Those pictures were not just snapped.
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Its just so easy!
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Um he has professional photographers that are hired to make him look good. Those pictures were not just snapped.
Actually, I'd beg to differ on the 'not just snapped' part. Yes he has people hired to take photos and videos and such, but every top trainer who teaches people does.... John Lyons, Josh Lyons, Clinton Anderson, a bunch I can't think of the names of, and even ol Buck...
I myself am an aspiring photographer, and I have a knack for taking good photos at the right moments, and I know how hard it is to get a good shot. It's not just 1 2 3 you have a good shot, you have to take a lot to get it. And I find that with a good photo like that it should also be able to tell a story....

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Its just so easy!
Someone could say that about critiquing you though.
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Um he has professional photographers that are hired to make him look good. Those pictures were not just snapped.
Exactly. They are using camera equipment that takes multiple shots per-second. That's how they get the one good millisecond pictures.
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post #30 of 45 Old 07-17-2013, 01:33 PM
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Exactly. They are using camera equipment that takes multiple shots per-second. That's how they get the one good millisecond pictures.
Yes, that's what I meant :)

I myself am a master at freeze framing video to get stellar pictures and I am NOT an aspiring photographer.

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