I took this at Chincoteague NWR last spring. They were out on the road and near people, which was most unusual. I could have reached out and touched them at times. I didn’t of course.
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I took this with 7D II, 100-400 mm L lens at 105 mm, set at f8, 1/800, ISO 640, handheld.
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It just makes me wonder that wild horse can be so beautiful ! The same thing applies to elephant calves I photograph, they are so beautiful in the wild, never came across a beautiful (domestic) elephant calf.
Coming back to picture, you may add little canvas at the bottom and tone down the grayish branch behind the pony.
I concur with Jagdeep’s suggested edits. The pony is very snug in the frame. Pinto ponies are quite photogenic as you discovered…Jim