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    Bristol Renaissance Fair

    Few shots from my visit to Bristol Renaissance Fair.
    Usually I will get there at least couple times, but this year this was my only visit. And Labor Day weekend is end of the season here.

    First few portraits of the performers.
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    All pictures taken with Sony A57 and Tamron SP 70-200 f2.8

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    More photos from A57 and Tamron SP 70-200mm f2.8

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    Photos from A6000 and Zeiss 16-70 mm f4.0

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    Incredible coverage Obelix! Just amazing and you really should send these into some local papers or something Top quality on all accounts and such good emotions captured. I really felt like I could hear the music and feel the fun while viewing this series. Magic my friend...

    Thanks for sharing,
    Jay
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    Thanks Jay!
    This is the only place where I feel comfortable shooting strangers.

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    Excellent portraits, Obelix! All of them (surprise, surprise ). I particularly like the dryad, but they are all great. That looks like a wonderful festival and a grand time. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks Brian!
    It is great place to visit, lots of good shows to see.

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    Wow that is a fantastic series, really well done. My favorites are the portraits.
    Comments and suggestions welcome but please do not modify my photographs

    Sony a6000 with 1.8 24mm Sony-Zeiss lens, Canon 7D with 400 5.6 and 580 EX II flash with Better Beamer

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    Great series Obelix - beautiful colorful captures. I've been following on flickr as you've posted. Really has peaked my interest in Renaissance Fairs. There's one around here every year and think I need to fit it in my schedule.

    My favorite shot is the first - the portrait of the woman with the bubbles.

    Willie

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    Great shots daddy-o! You killed it!
    the HepKitty from Hepcat City.

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    Love it! you were blessed with great lighting and interresting subjects. I'm going to peek at your exifs to see if i can pic up any pointers
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    Thank you guys!

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    From birds to this, is there no limit to your skills.
    More top shots here to be seen that you can poke a stick at.
    So many different angles and all work well in my books.
    A marvelous job you have done here.
    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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    Great portraits & expressions /moments extremely well captured . All are favourites if you ask me. Tough to chose which is best .And that lens , you are making best use of it . As Jay said really wish to be there to watch this live.

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    Thanks guys!

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