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    Today's photo pays homage to a photo taken by Joe Rosenthal entitled Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima. The original photograph was taken on February 23, 1945.

    Shortly after Rosenthal's photo was taken, it became one of the most significant and most recognizable images of the war. In fact, it has been said that this image is the most reproduced image of all time.

    I hope I have done it some justice.

    Enjoy!

    This photo is the first of many images to come in my mini series Cloned Photos.

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    D Kazios, Chaos2k, dustinmccollum, and 66 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ChicaD58 38 months ago | reply

      Excellent B&W! First class job! Also, really like how you show the set up.

    2. south of the metro 38 months ago | reply

      Seen this awesome work at


      Thank you for sharing

    3. egerbver 38 months ago | reply

      Thank you! I really enjoyed creating this one. I'm going to try to remember to show more set up shots like this, because I know I've found it helpful when looking at other's works.

    4. Storm troopers & stuff 37 months ago | reply

      I like photo you did. But that is the wrong symbol it should be this
      media.moddb.com/images/mods/1/13/12172/republic_symbol.png
      Just a little detail. I give this photo 9.9 out of 10. Sorry for being geek.

    5. egerbver 37 months ago | reply

      Glad you liked the shot. Don't worry about being a geek, I should have caught that...oops! Thanks for the feedback.

    6. The Artfuldodger 35 months ago | reply

      Brilliant, wish i had thought of it! awesome concept

    7. egerbver 35 months ago | reply

      Thank you Gerard! Very much appreciated!

    8. egerbver 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for the favourites everyone!

    9. Roser <needsmorecaffeine> 34 months ago | reply

      Perfect shot!! And a VERY original setup!!!

    10. egerbver 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you Roser. This is by far one of my favourites so far. It took a lot of effort, but the end result is fantastic. Thanks for the support!

    11. Blockaderunner 34 months ago | reply

      Works perfectly....love the R2 and 3PO parts scattered all over the place....

    12. egerbver 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you. Sometimes it is the little details (that can go unnoticed at first) that make the photo. In this case, it is R2 and 3PO. They really do make this shot for me.

    13. boywu1985 29 months ago | reply

      Nice picture!

    14. egerbver 28 months ago | reply

      It seems a little late to say thank you, but thank you very much :o)

    15. jinx_gfx 26 months ago | reply

      hello sir, i tried this but i get scan lines. what am i doing wrong? thanks in adv.

    16. egerbver 26 months ago | reply

      hmmm....scan lines? I assume the scan lines are showing up on your computer monitor? Try adjusting your DoF to a shallower one, so that it is not focused on the screen...hopefully that works...

    17. Simon Pegg 1976 22 months ago | reply

      Superb!
      I did a little something similar, but in Lego:
      www.flickr.com/photos/simonpegg1976/6987008880/

    18. egerbver 22 months ago | reply

      Just had a look SImon, it looks pretty good. Love the Hoth idea!

    19. Justin Rampage 21 months ago | reply

      Excellent work man. I really enjoyed all of your series! [Laughing Squid]

    20. egerbver 21 months ago | reply

      Hey thanks so much Justin. I checked out the post on Laughing Squid. Very nice, thank you so much for the article!

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