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Old Army Cook
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Mauser shots

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I have posted these elsewhere but I'm still learning to work the angles. I wish I had all my father's photographic equipment :D :D

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All three very nice.

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Nice rifle. A cheap trick I like to use is a white poster board reflecting indirect light back at the subject. You don't get glare and it usually helps balance the overall lighting. The color in the last picture is great.
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