Saturday, July 3, 2010

Sunday Stills: Frame It

I tried to use the barn door as my frame for this challenge. I think this was my best shot of the day:
Judy and Bay.

Including the entire door opening as a frame meant the subject kind of disappeared into the landscape:
Genevieve and Zorro

So I settled on using only part of the door to frame the subject:
Trainer Tracey teaching from the saddle.

Genevieve and Zorro, done for the day.

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13 comments:

Beth said...

Actually love what you did. Even in the one with the rider in the distance, it is kind of voyeuristic, peering from the shadows, day in the life type of shot.

dibear said...

Great shots. :)

Linda said...

I really like the first shot. I can hear the hooves echo in the barn.

Lori Skoog said...

Framed horses...my kind of subject matter.

Sandy said...

I like the one with the rider off in the distance with the door framing the scene. Very nice!

Shirley said...

I think your door "frame" worked well with all these shots.

Brenda said...

I love the first doorway shot. very classic!

Jeff and Meg said...

The last is my favorite. The barn is a nice frame.

Ed said...

Well done..:-)

gtyyup said...

I liked them all...interesting to use different angles and seeing what happens. Great challenge!

Judy said...

What a neat bunch of shots for "framed"!

gowestferalwoman said...

I agree; it does have an atmosphere of "peeking out of the barn" ~ great shots!

Kerrin Koetsier said...

Nice photos!

Kerrin Koetsier
Parelli Central