When I arrived at the ranch, it was minutes before 7:30 am, I saw these two beautiful horses from a distance. I had my Canon ready to take a few peaceful scenes there.
A few seconds later, unexpectedly, these two horses running toward me. I had no time to reset the shutter speed and no idea how fast they were running. I was hoping the continuous mode was on, luckily it was. 🙂
The running time was only five seconds. Mr. B suddenly stopped running, then gently walked toward me.
There is nothing so quick, nothing more patient.
~Ronald Duncan, “The Horse,” 1954
RAJ’s (XDrive) Focus post is cool. He introduces different techniques for different types of subjects for better focus, including closeups, open aperture, action, and panning shots with beautiful photos. Take a look…