Feed Me

By: Kitty

Dec 07 2008

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Category: animals, photo, Texas

10 Comments

Aperture:f/3.6
Focal Length:9.1mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ1

Here’s a set of skinny bronze horses I saw in Downtown Dallas. I like the energy in this piece and the playful poses of the horses.

Camera: Panasonic DMC-TZ1
Exposure: 0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperture: f/3.6
Focal Length: 9.1 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: 0/100 EV
Flash: Flash fired, auto mode, red-eye reduction (oh, like that helped)

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10 comments on “Feed Me”

  1. Those horses are damn skinny!!!

  2. That’s fantastic.

  3. Like you I would be wanting to take this photo. It is so hard to get an angle without noise though. I always say to German, “I need to shoot this from above”. But carrying a 6 ft ladder with me everywhere would just be impractical.

  4. Thanks.

    Yeah the background is so busy I almost didn’t post. It’s even busier in color. I considered Photoshopping out the background, but I just don’t have that level of skill with the program.

  5. Thanks Max. They look like ballerina horses, don’t they?

  6. The skinny horses are not such good advertising for the restaurant, huh?
    Love the sculpture. I like the irony of the background. I’m glad you did not take it out.

  7. Now that you’ve pointed that out, the neon “ribs” sign is hilarious.

  8. Are these some more of the sculptures you posted on your other blog? I agree, these horses need more hay. Actually, Photoshopping out the background shouldn’t be that hard with quick mask. Painstaking and tedious, but not difficult.

  9. No, these are in a different city than the others.
    I’m not too good with the magic wand thing in Photoshop. I’m practicing though.


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