Photos from the Occupations
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The skeleton of a soldier killed in the Battle of Waterloo, is pictured at the site where the bones were found, in this handout photo taken June 5, 2012. The skeleton of the victim, probably British and with the initials C.B., has finally surfaced two centuries after he was shot in the chest during the battle in a find unrivalled in more than a century. Picture taken June 5, 2012.
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We can say that Photography is a great field and the Photographers always seem busy to capture the creative peace of the Photographs, because like others field Photography is also a creative field.
(03/12/12) - We like to thanks the Group from yesterday workshop which was held in real hot condition and look forward to getting your feedback soon.
“Listen, Chinese Government, Nudity is Not Pornography!”
from Wildlife Promise Last week, I was able to chat with Gaston Lacombe , featured photographer at FotoweekDC , on his “Captive” series and conservation photography. Here, he offers 4 great tips for taking better pictures :