Photographer Jeffrey Duran attaches a rifle stock to his camera (25 medium res Photos)

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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran took these photos of British soldiers of Company X, 2nd Battalion, Parachute Regiment, fire a mortar south of the Kajaki dam. The dam provides electricity for the majority of Helmand province and Kandahar as well as irrigation control for the region. Jeffrey was featured in Gizmodo for his unique approach of steadying the camera with an attached rifle stock. Thank you for the user submit Jeffrey and check out the Gizmodo article on Jeff here. (Photos are little blown-up)

Story of Jeff on Gizmodo here
His other photography here

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Comments:

  1. P-90 says:

    Great pics.

  2. adam says:

    #1: That's not really so ingenious: it's called a BushHawk, designed for photographing birds.

  3. Pushkar says:

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  4. […] scraps. He’s social media savvy, internet literate, he’s good with words and amazing with a camera. He’s a leader, a combat veteran, and a huge pain in the ass to work with. Why? Because […]

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