Exploring the art and creativity that exists in portraiture allows us to create a greater awareness of ourselves and our surroundings. From Glamour to Children, Couples, Families, Pets, Executives and more, Klaus Bohn’s work lets us really see the emotions, feelings and art contained within these images. Klaus Bohn explores unique compositional elements as well as the use of space, shapes and forms in many of his photographs. Discussing techniques from both the great artists and photographers of our time, this work reveals how to give form and balance to your photographs by combining elements harmoniously in order to see a subject in the strongest way. This book is sure to become a valued resource in your personal library, to be consulted and relied upon for many years to come. About the Author: For over thirty years Klaus Bohn has worked to develop his unique style and received his Fellowship (F/SPPA) and Craftsman (CPA) in 1987 and his Masters of Photographic Arts (MPA) in 1989. He has also received his Accreditation in Child Photography along with many other awards for Excellence in Photography. His insights, gained from decades of discovery, are shared to assist all photographers capture more creative and vibrant images. You too will be feeling more deeply about photography, which is Klaus Bohn’s brand. Klaus has completed four previous books, 50 Principles of Composition in Photography (2006), The Art Within Portrait Photography (2007), a limited edition coffee table book featuring the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics (2010) and Legacy and Illusions: Abstract and Artistic Photography (2012).