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    Dark Horse

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    Re: Dark Horse

    Very nice -- I like the way the light picked out the texture on the horse and the low angle to include the clouds is a nice touch.
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    Re: Dark Horse

    Nice, I would probably cut right side and keep vertical or 1:1.

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    Re: Dark Horse

    Great capture! I have noticed that a lot of NEX images have been taken from a lower angle than what we normally see coming from DSLRs. A different perspective, indeed.
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    Re: Dark Horse

    Just knocked out.....! nuff said!

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    Re: Dark Horse

    Thanks, everybody.
    The nex cameras's tiltable lcd do allow for different angles versatility. I would have had to lay on the flor to have been able to take this photo otherwise.

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