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WWII Weekend at a local park

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    This weekend, a local historical park area is hosting a WWII weekend. There are re-enactors, some vintage war-time vehicles, big band type bands, a swing dance, etc.... and these are some shots that I took today. I have more on the PP shelf, but I need to take a break.....


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    ...more to come later....
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    Great series Justin. I love the tones and PP.
    I've never really understood the re-enactment thing, but I think it is cool that other people do.

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    very cool set for sure! Last 2 shots are my faces. Love the gunfire at left in shot 4.
    On some other PP, maybe try some bw or monochrome? Just a thought
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    I tried the b/w-monochrome thing, and the area was so verdant, all the camo blended in, which what is what it is supposed to do, but it makes for a difficult photo.....
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    Really like these sets Justin. Love the last one of the first set especially. So much interaction and realism captured. Well done on all though.
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    very different series - well done.
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    Great series. Love the processing and genuine feel to your capture of the re-enactment. Nicely done
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    Great series with a lot of realism and technicolor looks.

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