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Another Reflector Example by Michigan Professional Photographer Laura Adams

So a few days ago we discussed using reflectors and other lighting equipment around horses (see the post by going here: http://bit.ly/1iJ2ZUZ ).  In the mean time, I came across another shot that is a good example of how interested horses are in lighting equipment.  This Andalusian mare also really wanted to touch the reflector and check it out in great detail.  The reflector in this shot is big enough to light a horse, so just because it’s bigger doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll be more frightened of it!

 

Another example of how to using lighting tools and modifiers when working with horses, by Michigan professional equine photographer Laura Adams of Laura Adams Photographic Art in south east Michigan, serving Ann Arbor, metro Detroit, Detroit, Manchester, Saline, Chelsea, Jackson, Lansing, Howell, Brooklyn, Tecumseh and Washtenaw, Wayne, Oakland, and Lenawee counties in Michigan.

Another example of how to using lighting tools and modifiers when working with horses, by Michigan professional equine photographer Laura Adams of Laura Adams Photographic Art in south east Michigan, serving Ann Arbor, metro Detroit, Detroit, Manchester, Saline, Chelsea, Jackson, Lansing, Howell, Brooklyn, Tecumseh and Washtenaw, Wayne, Oakland, and Lenawee counties in Michigan.

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