i must say that all the users of this board are really helpfull down to earth people. thanks for all the advice. i am trying to get some pics together of my donor cows and herd sires for my website. any tips. time of day, time of year. thanks
certherfbeef":2ghw4g6t said:The unfortunate thing about Browarny is that you have to have time to travel to either Texas or Canada. There schools don't often get east of the Mississippi. I am finding that pratice makes perfect. And if you want a shot where the animal looks like they are in the show ring...you have to have someone with you to get their attention. On the other hand, a really good zoom will get a good picture and the animal won't even know you are there.
I was taking pictures of the neighbors clubby calves, I had three calves licking my pant leg and the calf I was wanting the pic of would not walk away from me. She was trying to lick the camera. Finally had to go get help. Always interesting!!! Have fun