Heart Mountain Internment

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Heart Mountain Internment

Jon took this photo while on a field trip to Heart Mountain Interment Camp. While touring the historic facility he took his camera along. He was taking Digital Photography and something he had recently learned was to look up and take photos at different angles. Also to use objects to frame your subject. Jon used the barbed wire to frame his subject... by turning the photo into a black and white image, he also captured the historic tone of place.

Jon took this photo while on a field trip to Heart Mountain Interment Camp. While touring the historic facility he took his camera along. He was taking Digital Photography and something he had recently learned was to look up and take photos at different angles. Also to use objects to frame your subject. Jon used the barbed wire to frame his subject... by turning the photo into a black and white image, he also captured the historic tone of place.

Jon Ferguson

Jon took this photo while on a field trip to Heart Mountain Interment Camp. While touring the historic facility he took his camera along. He was taking Digital Photography and something he had recently learned was to look up and take photos at different angles. Also to use objects to frame your subject. Jon used the barbed wire to frame his subject... by turning the photo into a black and white image, he also captured the historic tone of place.

Jon Ferguson

Jon Ferguson

Jon took this photo while on a field trip to Heart Mountain Interment Camp. While touring the historic facility he took his camera along. He was taking Digital Photography and something he had recently learned was to look up and take photos at different angles. Also to use objects to frame your subject. Jon used the barbed wire to frame his subject... by turning the photo into a black and white image, he also captured the historic tone of place.

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