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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2013, 04:05:37 PM »
This are the Reenactment of the " Battle of Hillsborough" at Hillsborough, North Carolina, USA , in 2/19/2011
Yes, To learn the Historical Facts and observe  the Historical Reenactment at the Sites.
Yes, All the Photos in this Post  are just the Recorded Photos, Not Arts work or Beautiful Photos, Just the real Recorded Photos with minimum Post processing.
Here are the last Photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

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--The First Camera = Canon 5D MK II with 24-70 mm F/ 2.8 L , for Typical Photos.
---2 ND one, Canon 7D with EF 70-200 mm F/ 2.8 L IS, for all mid range  distant Photos and Closed Portrait Pictures
----3 RD, = Canon 1DS MK 1 with Canon EF 85 mm. F = 1.2 L MK II for super Back ground Blur..
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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2013, 04:05:37 PM »

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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #16 on: October 15, 2013, 04:16:22 PM »
Thanks for sharing surapon. Your photos are wonderful as is.

If these were mines, I would add little "vintage look" to them.
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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #17 on: October 15, 2013, 04:43:15 PM »
Thanks for sharing surapon. Your photos are wonderful as is.

If these were mines, I would add little "vintage look" to them.

Wow, Wow, Wow---Dear Sir, Mr. Dylan777.
Wow, You add the beautiful  Character by add  the Warm Color to  make like 238 years ago.
WOW, Thank you sir.
Surapon

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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #18 on: October 15, 2013, 04:52:10 PM »
Thanks for sharing surapon. Your photos are wonderful as is.

If these were mines, I would add little "vintage look" to them.

Wow, Wow, Wow---Dear Sir, Mr. Dylan777.
Wow, You add the beautiful  Character by add  the Warm Color to  make like 238 years ago.
WOW, Thank you sir.
Surapon

Thanks surapon,

I love this one. Great capture
« Last Edit: October 15, 2013, 05:14:12 PM by Dylan777 »
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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #19 on: October 15, 2013, 09:08:47 PM »
Thanks for sharing surapon. Your photos are wonderful as is.

If these were mines, I would add little "vintage look" to them.

Wow, Wow, Wow---Dear Sir, Mr. Dylan777.
Wow, You add the beautiful  Character by add  the Warm Color to  make like 238 years ago.
WOW, Thank you sir.
Surapon

Thanks surapon,

I love this one. Great capture

Thanks you , Sir.
I have learn from my great The PRO/ Photojournalist Teachers( The newspaper photographers) ,  When we  take the Photos  during Action, Try to use the long Zoom Lens such as 70-200 mm, to recorded the real ACTION FEELING first, and  after that, go to talk to them, What are happened in that Scenery or that Action.  The Teacher tech me that,  Do not use  short range Lens 50 mm or 35 mm, Because too close to them/ the Actor--And make them react difference to  our camera, and we will not get the true feeling of that Recorded Photos. BUT, Big BUT---After we get the real Action photos that we love, We can use the short range Lens to  record the difference Action/ Difference  Feeling for the spare photos.
Have a great day, Sir.
Surapon
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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2013, 09:36:12 PM »
This are the Reenactment of the " Battle of Hillsborough" at Hillsborough, North Carolina, USA , in 2/19/2011
Yes, To learn the Historical Facts and observe  the Historical Reenactment at the Sites.
Yes, All the Photos in this Post  are just the Recorded Photos, Not Arts work or Beautiful Photos, Just the real Recorded Photos with minimum Post processing.
Here are the last Photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

Yes, I Have 3 Cameras and 3 Lenses with me :
--The First Camera = Canon 5D MK II with 24-70 mm F/ 2.8 L , for Typical Photos.
---2 ND one, Canon 7D with EF 70-200 mm F/ 2.8 L IS, for all mid range  distant Photos and Closed Portrait Pictures
----3 RD, = Canon 1DS MK 1 with Canon EF 85 mm. F = 1.2 L MK II for super Back ground Blur..

3rd photo, the guy on the right has the barrel of his gun in his nose kinda funny!
Canon 5d Mark II Canon 1D classic EOSM 20-35 2.8L 50 1.2L 135 2.0L 80-200 2.8L 40 Pancake and a bunch of old film cameras

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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2013, 10:03:57 PM »
This are the Reenactment of the " Battle of Hillsborough" at Hillsborough, North Carolina, USA , in 2/19/2011
Yes, To learn the Historical Facts and observe  the Historical Reenactment at the Sites.
Yes, All the Photos in this Post  are just the Recorded Photos, Not Arts work or Beautiful Photos, Just the real Recorded Photos with minimum Post processing.
Here are the last Photos.
Enjoy.
Surapon

Yes, I Have 3 Cameras and 3 Lenses with me :
--The First Camera = Canon 5D MK II with 24-70 mm F/ 2.8 L , for Typical Photos.
---2 ND one, Canon 7D with EF 70-200 mm F/ 2.8 L IS, for all mid range  distant Photos and Closed Portrait Pictures
----3 RD, = Canon 1DS MK 1 with Canon EF 85 mm. F = 1.2 L MK II for super Back ground Blur..

3rd photo, the guy on the right has the barrel of his gun in his nose kinda funny!

Ha, Ha, Ha---Dear, Sir, Mr. kennephoto.
Ha, Ha, Ha---- I did not see his action----Yes, You have very sharp eyes to spot his action.
Thanks to comment this Picture, Sir.
Surapon.
PS, May be he is very young and so nervous   about his first war.---Or, May be I am the Bad Photographer to shoot at the wrong angle, and get the funny photo----Ha, Ha, Ha.
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Re: Portrait of The American Revolutionary war ( 1775-1783)
« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2013, 10:03:57 PM »