CHINO POLICE MOUNTED POSSE
CHINO POLICE MOUNTED POSSE
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATION

CHINO POLICE DEPARTMENT.   5450 Walnut ave    CHINO, CALIFORNIA   91710 

 

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memories

      Through out the year we participate in various activities. All members are encourage to participate as often as they can. Mounted and non-mounted members average 5 to 30 hours a month depending on level of participation. Please take the time to view our albums. You will get to see the many types of activities we do mounted and non-mounted.

 

Enjoy

Enjoy

 

Enjoy

Run for Russ  video   video

City Deployment

Plane of  Fame Air Show

Horseweek parade (Norco)

Civil War Reenactment (video only)

4th of July

Swallows Parade      San Juan Capistrano        video

Chino Christmas Parade

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Horse Expo

Halloween Spectrum Deployment   *new*

National Night Out

Chino Police Open House

Civil War Reenactment

Demolition Derby

Chino Air Show

Santa Barbara Old Spanish Days Parade   video  

 

 

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Christmas Tree Lighting  video

 Founders Day Community Parade  *new*

LA County Fair Chino Day  Parade

Search and Rescue El Prado Pack, Chino  Video

Halloween Spectacular

 Run for Russ

4th of July Parade  video  video

Rattle Stake Training

Monthly Training

Freedom Festival Chino

LaHabra  Corn Festival Parade  video

Norco Labor Day Parade   *new*

 


 

 Enjoy

Queen of Hearts deployment

Planes of Fame  Chino Air Show

Civil War Reenactment 2010

CIM Run/Walk Memorial  2010

Chino Christmas Parade Dec 2009 

Thanksgiving Giveaway and City of Chino Christmas Tree light up 09 

Imperial Beach Camp Trip Oct 09

City Street  Deployment  Jan09

The Preserve Deployment  May 09

CowboyFlavor/Montana De Oro  March 09

Civil War Reenactment 09

 

Run for Russ" Russ Miller Memorial. 5K Run  Feb 08

CIM Run/Walk Memorial  May 2008

Norco Labor Day Parade Sept 2008

Chino Day, Tiller Days Parade, and Stagecoach Day  Sept and Oct 08

 

Training July   Marshal Canyon 07

Multi Agency Training July  07

Fundraiser Poker Ride Sept 07

Fireman Muster and Chili Cook Off  Oct 07

Chino Christmas Parade Dec 07

Thanksgiving give away 07

 

4th July Parade-06  

CIVIL WAR-2005

COLOR GUARD-2003

EQUINE AFFAIR-2005

FREEDOM CELEBRATION-2004

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 We do not remember days; we remember moments. 
 Cesare Pavese,
The Burning Brand
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

:: General shooting tips
  1. Best times to shoot are early morning and late afternoon.
  2. If you must shoot at midday, a use flash to get rid of shadows
  3. A reflector/scrim (also called a "bounce") will light up a small area.
  4. The smaller the aperture, the greater the depth of field.( that is the more you'll get in focus from foreground to background)
  5. When the background is off in the distance, aperture settings of 2.8, 4.0, and. 5.6 will soften (blur) it, making your horse "pop out" of the photo.
  6. A horse with a white saddle pad can throw off a camera's built-in light meter readings--especially if he has a dark hair coat. To adjust for this, walk up to him till his coat completely fills the frame, then note the aperture reading.. Use this setting for your shot.