Thank you so much everyone, you're too kind. I'm glad people enjoyed these even though its not the typical "urban decay" shots. I had a bunch of fun out there talking to these folks. They worked so hard to be authentic and put a considerable amount of time and investment into their period uniforms. Many fascinating conversations were had and they were extremely knowledgeable of the era they were reenacting. Honestly I kind of want to see more now.
|Post by AxleSome of the best reenactment photographer I've seen! Cheers! |
Thanks Axle, I knew you would get a kick out of this.
|Post by TenebraeFantastic set! I assume you're able to sell these or hold a show? And is that a skink in the bonus pic?|
Thanks Tenbrae it actually never occurred to me but its a great idea. I would love to someday have a show of my work, I've just never thought of my shots as being something people might want. And yes, Battleground is correct, those are also the fastest hardest little bastards to catch ever.
|Post by Amishdelight Honestly bro, some of the best pictures I've seen from you|
Thanks man, means a lot coming from you
|Post by bronco7766Nice work Once-ler. There will be another re-enactment at Gilliam Park (near Pullman Train Yard) July 19-20|
Thanks man, hope to see you there!
|Post by OelkyOnce-ler, these are ON POINT. The black and white brings the reenactment to life, I don't feel like I'm looking at some people in costumes, it feels like I'm witnessing an actual battle. The ranges in your pictures are perfect, and the close ups make the scenes personal. Great fucking job! |
Thanks Oelky, You're awesome!!