Wow thanks guys for seeing the positives so…positively - it’s impossible for me see what it looks like for the first time. All I see are the screw-ups as freely admitted in the text & title so I’m happy for them to be pointed out like the Stg44 because that’s how I/we learn – I didn’t actually know THAT was wrong too until now duh the name didn’t give it away?! So I forgot the most important tip of all – Cunning and Guile e.g. did I say this was Kursk ’43? Oops sorry I meant Eastern Front mid-’44, just my bad typo…like “_secintro205” should read “A Photo Feature by…”
Hey Frank yes you’d want to run away as far/fast as possible, except shrapnel’s maybe still flying and you’re standing in a minefield - tough choices, maybe I should have shown them trying to crawl underneath their rides. Although this scene is supposed to be an hour or so after the initial advance during a lull in the barrage – my problem even then is that the wreck must have burned out in record time if you don’t buy the backdrop smoke. I didn’t, which is why later on I started to play with real fire.
Stephen – you’re right but I left the grainy pics the way the early Nikon software made them in order to make the point that indeed it can be done so much better these days, even by amateurs like me