I am really excited to learn that this photo is an honorable mention and that it will be shown at the MLove exhibition, which takes place in a castle in Berlin, Germany! Here is the link if you would like to read more. http://blog.eyeem.com/?p=11950
I just learned about this app indirectly through a blog that I am following called PhotoBotos.com They recently had a post called World’s Cutest Puppy – Larry Marshall – Featured Photographer and btw the puppy is adorable! Wanting to see more of Larry’s work on went on to his pinterest link and saw that he had a board called instagram tips. This is where I learned about the Diptic app.
It is really a neat app for putting several pictures together that tell a story. This is what I came up with. Leadville Colorado Ski Joring Weekend.
My husband and I got into equestrian ski joring about 8 years ago. For those of you who are wondering what is ski joring I can tell you it is the most exciting sport that I have ever been involved in! I discovered that during the Yuan and Ming dynasties (1271-1644) in China, ski joring behind an animal was first documented. The Norwegian word Skikjoring means skiing behind a horse. As a general term this can mean being pulled by an animal such as a dog, horse or reindeer, as well as a motorcycle, car and yes, even an airplane!
Ski Joring as we know it today has involved into a highly competitive sport consisting of a horse, rider and skier. The team has to navigate a course of jumps, gates and sometimes spear rings all while trying to complete the course without missing any of the obstacles and getting the fastest time.
Leadville, Colorado has been holding ski joring events since 1949. Leadville is an old mining town that gives you the feeling of being in an old west town and at 10,152 feet, it’s the United State’s highest incorporated city. This was our 4th time in Leadville for ski joring and the first time I used my iPhone to take pictures. Camera+ was my go to app for both taking the picture and editing. Because this is a fast action sport it is not easy to capture the horse, rider and skier in the same frame. It took me several attempts and standing on a truck to get this shot.