The Tunnel – Pastel Repeating

The tunnel with the composition as you see it was so interesting, but not there yet.  I added a filter to my camera and enhanced the image with a little Photoshop as well.

I waited just for a few minutes to capture the spacing with the people to add to the feeling of depth and movement. Pastel was dictated by the environment.

I felt that the soft blue tint, added more to the uniqueness of the image…

Tunnel

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Klaus Bohn Artist Bio

Klaus-Bohn-Art-Photographer4After graduating from the University of Saskatchewan, I accepted various freelance photography assignments which led me to open my own studio in Moose Jaw in August of 1975. Happily the business became successful and I continued to take classes from esteemed photographers of my choice.

My mentor’s motto was: “If you want to learn more about photography, teach photography”. I took his advice and in 1984 started teaching photography skills and techniques to various studio owners and some of their staff members.

In 2000 I moved to Victoria B.C. and opened a photography studio with my two talented sons. In 2006 I began writing and, at present, have published 5 books.

I now work out of my home studio and have the opportunity of traveling to 3rd world countries. Photography is my profession. I love what I do and having the opportunity of meeting so many great photographers from around the world gives me a life full of joy that I enjoy sharing with others…

My brand is “feeling more deeply about photography”!

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