Critiques Please =)
Okay, so I'm a bit dumb when it comes to confirmation, and it's also hard to critique my oh so perfect baby(In my eyes lol). But I wanna ask the experts out there for all your honest opinions please. And what you think she would be great for doing. She is 10 years old. Have a variety of pics sorry if they no good to judge. PS Namaste Imaging is the name of my photography not someone elses work i have stolen
Crazy pi lol
bumping for critiques :)
these pictures are hard to critique, however she is a lovely looking girl with such a soft face :) the kinda horse id love to see in my herd ;)
for pictures to critique its usually best if the pictures are of the horse standing on level ground with her head up pictures being side, front and rear i think also untacked is usually better too as everything is on show :D
also theres a separate forum especially for critique the people who usually post in that will have a better idea in what they're talking than me haha.
Hi I'm happy to give advice but please don't think I'm being mean or rude. Just giving my honest opinion. Pic 1 is too blury and the background is bad, inc the ground. A nice background will set off the horse beautifully, it's a main part of taking photos. 2 would be really nice if you can zoom in on it more and cuttin out the car in the background. 3 the horse's position is perfect! But rider needs to sit back a lot in the saddle. 4 zoom in to show just the horses face and the girls (u?) face, background is lovely. 5 background as well n the random tack on the float makes it look messy, next time get the horse to look at you. 6, not with the horse wet, bad idea, yes if you brushed his coat down smootly then his coat would look nice a shiny. Also the horses rolling his eyes back is not good. The last one I love!!! Pity the horse had his ears back but it such a beautiful photo with perfect background, def a keeper!!
I hope I wasn't too harsh, you have a gorgeous horses, just need a little more practice. If you sent me a private message I can give you more hints and ideas. :)
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