WWR Honor Mission for WW2 Vet

Streetshooter

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Today we laid to rest WW2 Vet Archie Sichel.

It was pouring rain and the EP-2 w/14-45 worked flawlessly. I had to use the EVF and it worked great. I used A mode and auto ISO.



The gallery/slide show is here.... Don Springer Photography
Don't ever think you can't do events with m4/3 cameras......
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cosinaphile

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may he rest in peace,

nicely shot don , the pen is wonderful to shoot with where one does not wish to noisy up a solemn ceremony with a large and noisy polycarbonate machine
 

john1027

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Outstanding slide show. Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately, the roles of the WWII vets are dwindling too quickly. I am sure Archie Sichel's family and friends are appreciative of your fine work and that of your organization.
 

Herman

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"How many"

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Brian Mosley

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Your photography truly honours your subject Don, and you are an inspiration... Keep up the good work my friend. :bravo-009:

Cheers

Brian
 

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