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Cienega Creek Sunset by Josephine Buschman
Relief in Hell by Josephine Buschman
Shadow on Wall by Josephine Buschman
Maintenance Day by Josephine Buschman
Winter Reflections by Josephine Buschman
Yorkville Barn by Josephine Buschman
Smokey and Bebe 0627 by Josephine Buschman
Sudden Hurry 4424 by Josephine Buschman
Happy Birds 4410 by Josephine Buschman
Morning Quinch 6187 by Josephine Buschman
Capay Valley Under Clouds 5795 by Josephine Buschman
Bonsai Rock by Josephine Buschman
Fruit Boxes at Gowan's Oak Tree 5310 by Josephine Buschman
Good Kids by Josephine Buschman
Self Portrait by Josephine Buschman
Mr Confident by Josephine Buschman
Peppers Galore 5106 by Josephine Buschman
Nice and Ripe Apricots 5108 by Josephine Buschman
Floating Calla 4668 by Josephine Buschman
Callas 4653 by Josephine Buschman
Fern Against Rushing Water by Josephine Buschman
Muir Creek, Muir Woods by Josephine Buschman
Protectors, Muir Woods by Josephine Buschman
Goose Pen Redwood, Muir Woods by Josephine Buschman
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About Josephine Buschman
About Josephine Buschman
My love for photography came to me shortly after high school in 1967. My education in photography came courtesy of the United States Army. In the Army our training was with the good old 4x5 Speed Graphic. My work for the Army was all performed in what was formerly West Germany over a two and a half year period. I can't imagine what I would trade for those years, they were some of the best. Work there consisted of aiding the medical corp of Europe, so there was a lot of traveling. Shooting everything from dental operations, group photos of medical dignitaries, to aerial shooting of military exercises. It was great for an enlisted grunt such as myself to be able to direct (even if only for a few minutes) 3 and 4 star Generals while shooting a large group photo.
My Army career ended and I immediately enrolled in a commercial/industrial photography program at Laney College in Oakland, CA. There I was most fortunate to find myself learning from Bill High. Bill High was old school and worked in Hollywood doing studio portraiture during the 40s and 50s. It was during this period of education that I learned the finer points of large format view camera work, ie;portraiture, architectural, products and so on. I can't say enough about how important those two years were to my photography education. Bill High was a wonderful man to learn from. All of this led to the opening of my own photography studio at the age of 24 shortly after graduation from Laney College.
To be continued.