We now have over 1,800 images up online from the 2013 Battle of the Hook event. That means we have finally managed to put a dent in our overall collection
of images we shot at this event. Our team was at the event for 3 days starting on Friday evening and didn't finish up until late Sunday afternoon. We still do not have a final count on how many images we shot. We had numerous cameras all over and the team was spread out everywhere.
We have one of the most unique image sets out there as we shot in everything from straight on traditional pictures to panoramic views in various sizes. Our team was not only at the battlefields we were also in the camps, up close and personal. What we can say is that we are not even close to half way done with all of the images we have. To date we have put the majority of finished images from the collection up on Flickr
. We have also shared the images through Facebook, Pinterest
and we just put up over 700 images on Google+
Not to take anything away from other media outlets, we have seen some truly spectacular images coming from a number of places. The Daily Press
put up a tiny series that has some wonderful photos in it.
Minimeridith is the name of this particular collection, by Meridith of Moonlightcourt.com website. She has a really nice collection of images taken at the battle of the Hook that are well worth your time to check out.
A number of great photos and further information about the Battle of the Hook and it's history is well documented on this Facebook page
Another great place to check out photos. These however are from the 2008 event but still worth the time to check out.
We will keep everyone up to date as we continue to put out more images. It's going to take us several months to finish everything. We still have not even finished our collection from Friday evening of the event. Our initial count was around 5,000 images, however, we now know that it is closer to 8,000 images total at this point.
This set on Flickr has 1,575 images to it. Some are duplicates. We try not to do this, but with all the images we are working with, it's hard not to.
294 images starting with Friday evening showing set up for the event as well as the battlefield before troops hit it on Saturday.