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Framing your shot ensures you capture all of the action

The woman competing in the barrel race event in this photograph is moving very quickly. However, you already know that she’ll have to round that barrel sooner or later. Frame up the barrel on the left side of your viewfinder and leave room at the top of the frame for the horse and rider..

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