Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Rayna', Feb 26, 2007.
Very touching!!!! Great photos. I had family in Afghanistan and it is a horrible feeling.
Way to catch the moment.
Amazing photos of a sorrowful experience. Hope all goes well.
You did an awesome job at capturing the raw emotion.
thanks! It was heart breaking watching them go through this. We didn't want him to leave!!!
flawless capture's.... you should really try to make some sort of article about this... i've never really seen any of this style stuff out on the market....
whos how much wrong america is doing
Very touching. Brought back a lot of memories for me. While many families think about bringing their camera with them to a departure, they get so wrapped up in saying goodbye that they forget to take even one picture. This is a wonderful thing you're doing. I got two similar pictures myself and treasure them. I know this couple is going to treasure yours.
Each time he comes & go I try to capture every emotion for my cousin & her fiance'. She tells me not to hold back & photograph everything!
These are special captures indeed. I can't imagine one could see these shots without feeling a lot of emotion. And I love when a photograph can make me 'feel' something like that. The lighting in the fifth one is particularly neat.. the way the light is focused on the couple and their surroundings are 'dark', it's as if the rest of the world doesn't exist to them. Which at that particular moment, it probably doesn't.
thank you Anty! That what I was trying to go for. I wasn't concern with getting the perfect shot technically. I just wanted to capture the moment & emotions.
If anyone is interested in viewing their slideshow here is a link.
Very touching indeed, it makes you want to here the story behind them. You captured the emotion of the moment well.
Red Oak? DeSoto here. Hey neighbor.
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