The other of the 2 that came out great in form (I think) but for some reason became dark, not like other pics from same roll. These are from a roll that was the first time I ever tried to take pics of a rodeo. Man, action shots are HARD!!!!
Thanks! I thought the composition turned out pretty good. All of the other pictures are lighter in this roll, don't know why the two of them came out so dark unless all the dirt and the shadows in the chutes helped that happen!! The 2 dark ones I uploaded here along with others from the same roll. I found out I LOVE taking pictures of rodeos. Going next monday to the one in Cody, WY, about 45 miles from here, supposedly the top 40 bull riders will be riding! Will be cool! Sorry! I go on and on! Thanks for your comments!
Actually, come to think of it, this is the horse I tracked all the way around! No on this pic it was my film camera. I wonder if I had moved the f-stop without realizing it (I am constantly doing that) and don't remember, that would make it a bit darker too. My dig would make this look like an almost tiny thing! I have both, a dig and a film camera. I can't wait to go!! Hope I am remembering the number of top bull riders correctly, seem to remember that is what my sister said, they are from all over the states. (If there are any from elsewhere please forgive my ignorance) Question....when taking photos like this, the constant moving around, is using my tripod feasible???? Does anyone know? Thanks. Thanks for your nice comments Tootsie. I love looking at your pics! They are wonderful.