- - senior pictures
|socks ||01-24-2010 01:47 PM |
ok so i'm going to be a senior in high school next year and i was trying to get some ideas for my pictures... i want to do some with my horses but don't know what i should do... any help or ideas? examples would be very helpful..
|Krystle F ||01-24-2010 06:01 PM |
Well what do you like??? how meny horses do you want to be in it? and do you want to be on the horse? I have done alot of pictures with horses and my favorite is when your in a woods and your holding your horse or something...Be creative I guess you could say :) I dont know what kind of advice I can give you only because its really your picture.
|socks ||01-24-2010 11:51 PM |
i would prefer just like one horse in the picture at a time but i guess i never really thought about doing more than one... i'll try and see... i want some of my pictures on my horse.. i was thinking bareback with me laying on one of them.. but i'm not quite sure... i'll experiment.. i'll have to try the woods thing. sounds cool
|Krystle F ||01-25-2010 11:36 AM |
It is Good luck :)
|scooter2009 ||01-25-2010 05:04 PM |
i got mine done a few weeks ago in the snow... most were just of us standing there but you can get some really good ones standing like in a halter class or I had this one where my horse was looking some where and i was looking the same way but it wasnt at the camera. Also you could have some our in the pasture and stand infront of the fence. Mine turned out real nice. The photographer should have some suggestions too. have fun with it
|ilovestitch ||01-25-2010 05:12 PM |
I had all my senior pics done with my horse. I loved the way they turned out! Some things I did and some things I have had friends do besides the typical standing next to and tuff like that:
1. Face to face shots are always cute
2. Laying on the horses back (bareback)
3. Laying on the ground while the horse grazes close to you
I will have to go back and look at mine and I will add more!
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