Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Klaus Bohn-New lesson

I started with a Nikon D200 and a lens Nikon 18 to 200. I set my camera on portrait which give a softer affect to the image. and this is the image I got, uncropped just as is. The next image has been turned black and white, cropped-over sharpened to the full measure possible. Then I turned it to a chocolate brown-it feels like it was bronzed.
There for the name:

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Klaus Bohn-Learning is what keeps us alive...

My purpose for this blog is to teach what I am learning. Every week I will post a new discipline I am working on that week. I am inviting you to check out this blog each week and please comment on what you are learning-and what you have to ask me about my discipline.

Learning is what keeps us alive and moving to a never ending destiny!

Klaus Bohn-Yellow-bird

This has been created the say as the snowbird photo-2 sildes put together as one image!

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Klaus Bohn-Snowbirds

Thanks for the many comments about how I created the photograph of the Snowbirds Canadian flying team. Was asked to go up with them; I chose slide film (transparency film). Because it was impossible to get the sun so big and dramatic-after wards I shot another frame on my slide film of a yellow bottom slightly out of focus-close up and sandwiched the slides together and had the lab produce a 4x5 negative. I took a coarse from Robbin Parry who montaged many of his images that way.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Klaus Bohn-branched out

Cropping is part of the design in nature, an eye to see the possibilities.

Klaus Bohn-beauty in nature

To learn to see what is real to our imagination.

Klaus Bohn-design in nature