I'm practicing my shutter speed homework assignments and came out with some fun images of Lostine cantering. Because it was a cloudy day and the camera was on shutter speed priority, allowing the camera to choose the aperture, the images came out overexposed and ghostly. However, when I tried to balance out the exposure with software, I found that I preferred the overexposed images.
These two involve panning, but trying to keep the moving object in focus. As you can see, it's very difficult to do. I'm going to try again over the next week until I finally get a clear, crisp image of the horse with a blurry background. Lostine is too tuckered out to do another photo shoot today.
This one was shot at 1/13 of a second...
This one was shot at 1/8 of a second. I think reshooting it as 1/15 of a second might help keep the horse in better focus.
And here is that silly, comical wide angle photo of Rock saying, "How ya doin?"