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How to Eliminate Wild Tailgaters

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Renee Lund

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Watching one stallion chase another stallion through the Lower Salt River was a beautiful example of the physical power these wild horses have. This is one way to get rid of tailgaters.



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Salt River Chase 1.jpeg

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Salt River Chase 2.jpeg

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Salt River Chase 3.jpeg

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Salt River Chase 4.jpeg

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Great series of action shots. It must be something to see wild horses.
 

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Great series. That white one looks tired of the others' shenanigans.
 

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Just wonderful Renee
 

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Great series, Renee.
 

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Great series of action shots. It must be something to see wild horses.
Thanks so much. They are my favorite things to photograph. I grew up with horses and have always loved them no matter domestic or wild.

Great series. That white one looks tired of the others' shenanigans.
Your right about that. The mare was beyond done with the both of them.

Great series, Renee.
I appreciate your comments thanks!

Just wonderful Renee
Thanks!
 

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Great set. Enjoyed those, Renee, thank you!
 

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Good mini story and well taken shots. They look so different (and dangerous) with the ears back.
 

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Awesome Series. I need one of those on my bumper of my car.
That would straighten out those tailgaters.
I gotta Go see these horses.
 

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There's absolutely no doubting what the leading horse in number 4 thought of the situation, is there?!! A wonderful capture of the chase and all the action.
 

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Fabulous story and photos Renee! I'd love to know your camera settings. I can't see the exif data for your images. Cheers, Greg
 

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Fabulous story and photos Renee! I'd love to know your camera settings. I can't see the exif data for your images. Cheers, Greg
Hey Greg, I'd be happy to tell you what my settings are for the photos. I have no interest in most of the settings since I enjoy post editing. I am not that photographer that is interested in learning all the the hardware of my camera except how to use it. I basically have my camera set for both an Aperture mode and Manual mode. For most landscapes I use aperture mode to help with natural light. All shots I take that have any moving parts are all taken in manual mode.

I only set 3 settings, which are aperture, speed, and ISO. Aperture is normally f/8 unless it calls for something much different, speed is 1/1250 for most all my action shots, and my ISO is on auto with a manually select sensitivity depending on the natural light for the moment. Post editing is where I do most of my changes.

Some have ask me why f/8 and not f/5.6 to blur out the surroundings and give it more depth? These types of shots that have animals in them I tend to include a slight look at their habitat to help complete the story in photos. My first love when I started shooting was for purely landscape. But I've grown to love what lives in them as well.

Please feel free to ask me any question regarding any shot I post. Blessings, Renee
 
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