Army Photographer Switches Between DSLR and Rifle
Being an Army Photographer means multitasking in the most stressful and dangerous of circumstances: swapping between camera and rifle while taking fire. In this video, British Army Photographer Rupert Frere gives us a POV glimpse at what this is actually like in real life.
The helmet cam footage was captured by Frere while on patrol in Afghanistan, and originally revealed in an interview by photography.news. In it, you get to see what it’s like to capture photos while under fire, alternating between DSLR and rifle, between capturing photos and laying down fire. Click Here for the Full Article (via PetalPixel)
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