After trial and error, I learned about where to place the camera for the best shots. (I quickly learned to avoid placing it near bushes that would trigger the camera.) I began integrating these clips in my short videos. This sequence was all captured on a trail camera.
This short nocturne was fun to capture.
This video taken during my Artist-in-Residence at Bighorn Canyon, incorporates the trail camera with my Canon.
My interest also included how I could capture horses from a lower perspective. During this time I began experimenting with the GoPro.
This short video resulted in a dramatic painting.
This GoPro video features horses from Assateague Island.
In the video below, I combine GoPro footage with multimedia. Notice the photo with the GoPro at the 30 second mark.
This video of the Salt River Horses included the waterline.
By using the motion activated and remote controlled cameras, I have a new perspective on horse behavior. I will add to my collection of videos during the coming months. Please visit my You Tube Channel to see additional wild horse videos. Please visit Equus ferus Wild Horse Photography to see photos from many wild horse areas.