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Photographer  Charles Clee {Karma:90}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon S2 IS
Categories Portrait
Film Format
Portfolio Lens Nil
Uploaded 1/30/2006 Film / Memory Type Scandisk Extreme III 1 GB
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 1008 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 21 Rating
6.10
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Location City -  Khandahar
State -  KHANDAHAR
Country - Afghanistan   Afghanistan
About Not the most comfortable place for a nap! Critiques please - genuinely trying to get better!!
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jennifer jones jennifer jones   {K:236} 1/27/2008
I wish I could be there taking photos with you.

Great shot

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Charles Clee   {K:90} 11/28/2007
charles.clee@btopenworld.com or charlie.clee223@mod.uk - or both!!

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Chris Sieg Chris Sieg   {K:505} 11/28/2007
Sir,

it is good to hear from you. How can I get in tought with you, without writing over usefilm ? Would like to send you once in a while a mail

Chief Sieg

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Charles Clee   {K:90} 11/28/2007
Tashakor Chief!
So soon? Where are you headed - MES, KAF or Kabul?? I am firmly stuck in our MoD - be good and take care of yourself - take your camera!

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Chris Sieg Chris Sieg   {K:505} 11/27/2007
What a nice picture Sir. I will be back there in a few days

Regards Chief Chris S. German Marines

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Gustavo Guinand   {K:64} 9/21/2006
The photo as good proportions always when you put the subject in the left side means distress,well done, please see my page:http://www.flickr.com/photos/ghgguinand/213352813/in/set-72157594230498411/
if you always divide mentaly yours photos with this grid always the photo become near a perfect photo, use the golden sections and the 1/3 proportions

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Charles Clee   {K:90} 6/22/2006
Doyle, thank you - it all seems a long time ago now!

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Doyle D. Chastain Doyle D. Chastain   {K:101119} 6/22/2006
Dramatic capture . . . unique perspective. Best wishes.

Regards,
Doyle I <~~~~~

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Paul's Photos Paul's Photos   {K:35235} 2/22/2006
nice capture... even the grain adds to the image.. good work

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Jason Mckeown Jason Mckeown   {K:22200} 2/1/2006
I know how he feels, have been in that position may times. great capture of the moment.

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Mike Steciuk   {K:664} 2/1/2006
Wonderful picture(s). Glad to see that during all the conflict there is time to enjoy photography. Must definately be relaxing to slow down and take a moment to look at the world through a lens. Great pictures all around. Good luck with your pictures and all other objectives. Keep up the good work.

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 2/1/2006
dramatic.. congrats
roby

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Fabio Keiner   {K:80485} 2/1/2006
well, but this picture shows a soldier, not a daisy flower - therefore you will not be able to avoid political comments.
nevermind, I would not regard quoting the bible as a political, but rather a religious or ethic statement:
'jesus also died for YOUR sins!'
:))

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Tim Morgan   {K:1023} 2/1/2006
Good shot Charles, I imagine that I know how the Major feels at that moment. Catching the little things like o-pos on his helmet is a huge plus. A strong reminder of the numerous seemingly silly things warriors of all time have had to account for. From a photgraphic tech perspective I just see the man's leg in the background blown out badly. Strong photo even so.

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Charles Clee   {K:90} 2/1/2006
It is a photographic forum, not a political one!

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Donato Colucci   {K:649} 2/1/2006
Very intense, this picture shows a very intimate side of soldiering.The square crop is a good choise as well as the hue saturation.
regards
DC

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Fabio Keiner   {K:80485} 2/1/2006
this is a very good picture, because it can transmit the sensation, almost premonition, that this soldier will be get killed soon... his exhausted, death mask like face (mind the nose!) betrays his future fate. if he's christian, he could read it in the bible: 'those who take up the sword will perish by the sword'.

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vanessa shakesheff vanessa shakesheff   {K:68786} 2/1/2006
Interesting and unusal .best wishes nessa

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Charles Clee   {K:90} 2/1/2006
Thanks for the comments - fill in flash is not something I am very used/attuned to at the moment, and will take this on as a project when I have a pause.

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Johancharles Boers Johancharles Boers   {K:4370} 2/1/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique A really nice photograph. When shooting in a helicopter you really need to be careful of the outside light. What you can do is meter for the outside, the use a flash to balance the light in the inside, that is if you can use a flash in the helicopter. Always check with the crew chief or the piolt.

Chuck

AKA - Johancharles

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