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Battle Casualty's

By KevSB
Pushing myself again to Improve my presentation methods. again using angled crops to dramatize images. Taken at the victory show last year.
German soldier takes a simulated hit while attempting to engage armour with the the infamous Panzer Faust.

Tags: Photo journalism Soldier German Ww2 Portraits and people Victory show Sports and action

Voters: Pinnace, PhillipMinnis, bluesandtwos and 16 more

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Pinnace 7 12 Wales
20 Jun 2013 10:10AM
Oh, good shot that man! Nicely done

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bluesandtwos 6 142 1 England
20 Jun 2013 10:14AM
Very authentic feel, well done!

Dave
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
20 Jun 2013 11:54AM
Superb image Kevin, aka Frank Capa. My award for the day, mono would give this grit too !!!!
Ron.
KevSB 12 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2013 1:30PM
thanks Ron, I always find it a dilemma if to go black and white or colour, I don't what to get into the habbit of making it first choice as some warrant, you are more than likely right tho, thanks again
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
20 Jun 2013 4:57PM
The angle certainly creates an impact Kevin, makes it more dynamic! Superb work again!
I looked up the photographer you mentioned on FB yesterday re his use of angles/crops etc - inspiring images!

Sarah *
KevSB 12 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2013 7:28PM

Quote:The angle certainly creates an impact Kevin, makes it more dynamic! Superb work again!
I looked up the photographer you mentioned on FB yesterday re his use of angles/crops etc - inspiring images!

Sarah *



There are a few east Europeans specialising in this Sarah and have some superb albums, You do have to take into account health and safety is non existent tho is some of these countries' watched a battle on utube along the streets of a village, no safety barriers, Another shows a guy using a flame thrower burning up a field in the process while the others run about in the same field, you wont see that here in the uk, all sites in the uk are safety aware which limits possibility's.
I know groups that would love to do some high quality photo-shoots but no one will touch them due to health and safety especially German groups. I've sent letters off to places and been totally ignored.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
20 Jun 2013 9:53PM
That's a good point Kev' one I hadn't thought of! Of course the risks are greater with no health & safety checks abroad but it's a real shame no one will accommodate (with appropriate safety) a group shoot here, cost issues I suppose!

S x

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