MSS at the Royal Gunpowder Mills

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MSS at the Royal Gunpowder Mills

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Been away from the action for a while and this is the first set I've done in a while so hopefully will improve as I get back into things ;)

http://rikk.smugmug.com/Medieval%20Re-enactment/323475

Couple of tasters.

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Man in red, 18 of 30, looks as if he is about to sneeze :D
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Good shots there Rikk
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who's this attractive young man?

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:shock: :o :D
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Zachos wrote:who's this attractive young man?

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Don't know, but I think he goes by the name of John Merrick! :twisted:
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Sir Fletcher Phelps wrote:
Zachos wrote:who's this attractive young man?

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Don't know, but I think he goes by the name of John Merrick! :twisted:
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My friend's dad and brother are in a couple of the battle scenes, can't find my friend though.
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Sir Fletcher Phelps wrote:
Zachos wrote:who's this attractive young man?

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Don't know, but I think he goes by the name of John Merrick! :twisted:
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Zachos wrote:who's this attractive young man?

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Right ugly b**ger if you ask me :wink:
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Some great shots by the way Rikk.


Fletch, any of you lot you doing Templecombe?

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superb shots.

the MkII is a nice cam too :)

what lens do you use for the battle scenes?

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Candids n camp shots, 24-105 L IS f4
Battle, 100-400 L IS
Demo's, 70-200 L IS f2.8

Always a little mix n match but in general thats what I use, I also use a 17-40 L for the occasional wide shot and have 50/85 f1.8 lenses for when the lights really pants or indoor work with bad lighting.

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