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By KevSB
Refilling my gallery with previously not seen pictures on here, wanting move forward in time from 1815 and my ww2 season about to start, We have an injured tank crewman being helped into cover. I deliberately cropped this at an angle, as I find I have a tendency to compose by the rules of composition and wanted to try different ways of framing giving more drama.

Tags: Photo journalism Re-enactment German Ww2 Living history Sports and action

Voters: MattB1987, PhillipMinnis, Pete and 28 more

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Pete Plus
15 18.8k 96 England
19 Jun 2013 9:33AM
angles like this are usually seen on covers of car/bike magazines, good to see the technique working well on something less obvious Smile

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rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
19 Jun 2013 10:27AM
Dramatic Kevin !!!! Congratulations on the award.
Ron
AnnChown Plus
6 198 1 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2013 11:38AM
This is so good - and the angle works really well! Congrats on the HC!
Ann
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
19 Jun 2013 11:54AM
Excellent choice of crop Kevin, as usual with your work.. so authentic!
My congrat's for your HC Smile

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KevSB 12 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2013 1:12PM
Thanks All, when I was cropping this I found myself wanting to crop it in perfect rectangle format with level horizons, the more I see this now it does add an extra depth to the picture. just goes to show that we need to change how we do things sometime.
rogerdoger 5 13
19 Jun 2013 4:33PM
Fantastic shot. Love it.
Roger
derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2013 10:04PM
Feels very well Kevin. I like the use of the diagonal angle.
Derek

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