Sorry it’s been about a month since I’ve posted anything - I’ve been swamped with school and work. I’ll be getting new pictures soon in a few weeks of all the Blenheim shows, plus I’m graduating in 3 days so I will be free besides work. Hopefully I’ll get some new pictures up within a week or two!
You all are seriously the best. Much love.
If you want to post my photography on Instagram, please either give me credit in the caption or do not use them at all. Lately more of my pictures have been popping up with no credit - if you give credit, I am okay with that. Just tag @martinamirandaphotography. Thanks.
Yes I do! I ride with Bridges Equestrian down in San Juan Capistrano!
No problem! So, what I normally do (and any photographer will tell you this) is that I pan when I’m following a moving subject. Panning is when you move the camera the direction of the moving subject, that way you have less of a risk of having the image blurred. Also, for jumping pictures, you just need to practice! It took me quite a while to figure out the timing, but now I can adjust my timing in case a horse takes off early, adds a stride, etc. it’s harder to time for jumpers because it’s so fast paced, and hunters are very timed rounds and you know the strides; that’s how I learned. In general, you’ve just got to get out there and practice until you get it down! Hope this helped!
Hope Glynn & Zaretina take the rolltop in the Derby, Blenheim Spring Classic III, 2014
Hope Glynn & Donato taking the higher option in the Derby, Blenheim Spring Classic III, 2014