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gabbyellepaige

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So today i gave my heifer a bath and while i waited for the bright lights to set,
i took some pictures around the barn.
These are just some of the show cattle in my FFA chapter.
Some red angus heifers.


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All the calves at our barn this year were bulls, three red angus one hereford.


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I thought it was cute how the mama hereford was babysitting all the other calves.
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Everything else in the barn.
Brahman:
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Shorthorn:
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Limmy:
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Charolais:
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LOL I have seen it before - usually a beginner photographer. Make sure the top of the photo is the same as the horizon. Or there is a button that you can press on a lot of cameras that bring up a graph for you. You can line your photos up with that.

You are also better off taking the photos in landscape than portrait, so don't turn the camera.

With the photos you have you can put them in a program and rotate them one degree at a time. You will have to crop afterwards so will cut out some of what is in your photo but they will be better.

I gave it a try to show you, but it is not possible to keep a lot of content in your photo because of it being taken in portrait instead of landscape.

Hers is the photo rotated.

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Here it is rotated and cropped.

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Suzie Q":9u65djgv said:
LOL I have seen it before - usually a beginner photographer. Make sure the top of the photo is the same as the horizon. Or there is a button that you can press on a lot of cameras that bring up a graph for you. You can line your photos up with that.

You are also better off taking the photos in landscape than portrait, so don't turn the camera.

With the photos you have you can put them in a program and rotate them one degree at a time. You will have to crop afterwards so will cut out some of what is in your photo but they will be better.

I gave it a try to show you, but it is not possible to keep a lot of content in your photo because of it being taken in portrait instead of landscape.

Hers is the photo rotated.

aaaarotatedsmall.jpg


Here it is rotated and cropped.

aaaarotatedandcroppedsmall-1.jpg
Thank you<3
 

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