"Here are a few of my best images of Patrick Chan from from the Vancouver Olympics. I am always amazed by the height and amplitude of his jumps. In of the images he looks like he's flying!! Congratulations on the Silver Medal at Sochi Patrick."
Like an Olympic athlete who visualizes their entire routine or event, I am a strong believer in visualizing the final image before you click the shutter. I see the image in a very final form, the look I want, including any treatments, filters or effects I may add in post processing.
I may even visualize the image cropped as it may appear in the final brochure, magazine or canvas fine art piece. I call this “shooting with the end result in mind” and I find that this gives me greater clarity that allows me to execute the shot more effectively, which translates into a much better final image. I look at it as “Excellence in, Excellence Out.”
Join Kristian as he shares some of his most engaging expedition photography. This remarkable collection takes us on a journey from child soldiers in Africa to ancient Yogi caves near the Himalayas to distant mountain villages in Papua New Guinea and beyond. Kristian will expose for you the unique, quickly vanishing cultures and natural magnificence of places that have rarely been captured. Beyond the Photographic Expedition with Kristian Bogner was recorded entirely with the Nikon D5100 and D7000 cameras at the Drake Hotel in Toronto and this event was presented by Nikon as part of the 2011 Contact Festival.