How to Photograph a Horse Show. . .
1 Do not make use of a flash, unless you ask permission, then use it sparingly. Ideally, you can capture as soon as once the horse is at mid-air as well as the rider's eyes are turned toward the next jump and your camera. If you would like a full body shot, stand for the side with all the sun behind you in a distance which will enable the horse and rider to easily fit into you viewfinder when the horse is above the jump.
1 Do not work with a flash, unless you ask permission, then use it sparingly. Any camera can be used, but a DSL camera with a fast lens will allow it to be easier. These photos can be used straight on or with a slight angle to obtain all of the horses and riders inside the photo.
Standing in front and for the side of a jump allows one to photograph the horse as well as the rider's face. Any camera can be used, but a DSL camera using a fast lens will ensure it is easier. The rider will be looking toward the next jump, so that it is essential to suit your needs to be on the correct side. Any camera can be used, but a DSL camera using a fast lens will ensure it is easier. If the jumps are too small for that horse to possess all four legs tucked under, consider the photo as it is rising to the jump.
Shots obtained from a minimal angle can make the illusion of a higher jump and add drama. Ideally, you can capture the moment if the horse is in mid-air and also the rider's eyes are turned toward the next jump and your camera. Sit, kneel or lay down near the advantage of the Fotograf Gliwice ring and shoot up since the horse leaps over the jump.
1 Keep a rubber bulb for blowing air to clean your lenses. There will probably be a great deal of dust and sometimes clumps of dirt kicked your way. There will be a lot of dust and often clumps of dirt kicked your way. Do not make use of a cleaning cloth as rubbing the dust and dirt can scratch your lenses.