Czech Military Guard

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  1. AverageJoe

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    Taken at the Prague Castle.
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    F2.2
    1/1000 sec.
    400 ISO

    Post Processing:
    Sharpened, levels and cropped.
     
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    i like that a lot. really good detail. You can see the scars on his face. (not meanong this in a bad way just showing how detailed the photo is)
     
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    Thanks for the reply and input!
     
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    From 1977 to today, they must not only have changed their system but also their uniforms :D ! (Scan from colour slide)
     
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    Nice!, feel free to post it as an image on the thread, it does look very military in your capture. It is am interesting transformation compared to today when there are only two guards at the front, however I also caught this shot which I intended to post in it's own thread:

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