Vietnam War Photos

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Over the course of about two weeks in April 1970, I shot several rolls of Kodak Ektachrome slide film (ASA 64) time exposures using a cable release and resting the camera on sandbags in one of our compound’s guard towers. I used a 35mm Nikon FTN with a 50mm f/1.4 lens. Most of the exposures were from 15 seconds to one minute in duration.

I was an enlisted man in the 173rd Airborne Brigade and not an Army photographer. The camera equipment and film were my own… More here.

These photos are stunning in the way they bring home just how bad things were. Click the link above for the slideshow.

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