Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by OdzBodkinz, May 5, 2012.
Visited a WWII re-enactment and historical interpretation today.
Fantastic work, Joshua! Great sense of reality and drama here. Where was this?
Nice shots. The first 2 officer portrait shots are really striking.
Very well chosen PP too.
Latta Plantation, near Charlotte, NC. They do all kinds of re-enactments throughout the year. American Rev War, civil war, plantation life, etc.
Odz.... wonderful photo opp for you and great images! Thanks.
Excellent work, love the photo's. Hopefully there were no "Politically Correct" morons there.
#2 = "Vee haf vays of mekink you purchase zee OMD EM5!"
Later that night: "Well now honey, I know we decided not to buy one, but you see there was this very stern man there from the Luftwaffe....."
Odz... what were the lenses for the images, please? Verrry nice!
We just left NC; I wish I had known about these re-enactments earlier. Oh well, there's always next year! :smile:
Please allow me to support what's already been stated:
Number 2 rocks!
I'm with you RT. Every one could be on a movie poster.
Odz these photos really shine. Excellent composition and processing make these all favourites. I love and the colour and tone on the gun in below and the light in the following picture.
As others have said, I'd love to know what lens you used and how you processed them.
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