Tricia Booker Photography

June 9, 2011

Under The Oaks

With both of my big lenses out of commission this week and off to Nikon, I was forced to get creative, which, in the end, was really good for me. I spent a lot of time with my 16-35 mm, playing with composition and wide-angle shots. It was refreshing to attend a horse show and have the freedom to think artistically and not stand ringside all day seeking the typical jumping shot. Instead, I wandered around to the rings, barns and schooling areas with a different part of my brain engaged, playing with composition, angles and lighting. While some images worked well and I was pleased with the outcome, I did employ the delete button on a regular basis—but I also had lots of fun in the process!

3 comments

  1. Lucinda

    Now THAT is fun. It is almost like I can’t stop looking at it and keep returning to see if my eyes are deceiving me!!! Lucinda

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