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Oorah

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70mm · f/8.0 · 1/200s · ISO 50
Taken On: 
August 6, 2015 - 7:45am
August 6, 2015 - 9:21pm

This is a portrait of a friend of mine. His name is Jake and he served as a Recon Marine in Afghanistan, where he was regularly embedded deep behind enemy lines.

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36 Comments

Anonymous's picture

So powerful! Really nice work :)

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Thank you!

Anonymous's picture

cool !

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Thanks!

Victor Nenartavis's picture

Great shot bro' !

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Thank you!

Graham Perkins's picture

There is a great feel to this image. Really good work

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Thank you!

Mikkel Walle's picture

love the tonality and theme

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Thanks, Scott!

Brian Reed's picture

BEYOND AWESOME. This is truly powerful and inspirational!!!

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Thank you, Brian!

Kristijan Tomić's picture

strong feelings, awesome light, cool colours. I love it.

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Thanks!

Andrea Santamaria's picture

Excellent work! Congrats

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Thank you!

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Very well done!

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Thank you!

Greg Desiatov's picture

Love the mood

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Thanks!

Jack thebox's picture

good inspiration for my soon te setup home studio. easy black backdrop, 2 light setup

Gustavo Franco's picture

really beautiful light! nice!!

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Thank you!

Great picture. Inspirational. Emotional.

On behalf of my myself and my family, please thank Jake for his service.

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Thank you! Will do.

Neil Holloman's picture

This is bad ass to the max. I actually went and logged in to post this comment. Love the color treatment. It very much matches the feel of the subject. One wouldn't expect a photograph of this subject matter to be "light and airy, bold and saturated, etc.." You nailed it and captured that worn, weathered feel that you would expect.

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Thank you, Neil! I appreciate that!