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Picture Information:
Picture Title: When Good Pictures Go Bad
Location: torrance, CA
Photographer: John Bohner
Submission Date: 7/24/2007 8:30:54 PM
Comments: Don't Ask - Still, its a bit interesting. Perhaps more for me
'cause i KNOW what I was pointing at and I still cant tell.
Gallery Category: Abstracts
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: torrance, CA
Camera: irrelevent, I could do this with anything, and have
Lens: 19-2000 mm f1.4 yeah, dream on John
F Stop: irrelevent
Film Format: 35mm
Film Type: digital
ISO: 320 ish
Shutter Speed: 10 seconds
Capture Method: Digital Camera
Digital Resolution & Mode: raw 10mp
Photographer Information:
Name: John Bohner
Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
About: If you are looking for Congressman John Boehner then you have the wrong one of us. While we may be confused in spelling, congressman John and I agree on most major issues and I wouldn't mind having coffee with him some time. THIS John is retired and has been 'doing' photography for many years and still finds himself occasionally wondering why. John lives in Manhattan Beach with his wife of many happy decades. He enjoys using photo editing software such as Bryce or Photoshop to both sculpt his images as well as create visions from his imagination. Please enjoy his work.
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Critiqued 7/24/2007 8:45:33 PM by RandolfWorthington III, Manhattan, New York USA
The image's comic elements are only marginally funny, the drama is thin, the suspense is faint, the dynamic is drunken. It lacks a central focus. In fact it has no focus whatsoever. We pointed this image out to our art director and he said, "crap. it looks like some guy just left the shutter open while walking with his camera."

  Critque Response Entered: 7/25/2007 6:51:51 AM  By: John  Bohner - Manhattan Beach, CA
well...duh..
  Critque Response Entered: 7/25/2007 11:21:50 AM  By: Phillip  Cohen - Torrance, CA
Randolf Worthington III in 2008! We need someone that gets it. :)
  Critque Response Entered: 7/25/2007 5:23:03 PM  By: John  Bohner - Manhattan Beach, CA
Thanks for support Phil. Hope he "gets" one of your works soon.
  Critque Response Entered: 7/26/2007 10:24:56 PM  By: Phillip  Cohen - Torrance, CA
Ah, but that means I would actually have to shoot something!
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