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ISBN:1416282734
Author: Don Hong Oai
ISBN13: 978-1416282730
Title: Spirit of China 2010 Wall Calendar (Calendar)
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ePUB size: 1939 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Sellers Publishing Inc; Wal edition (July 25, 2009)

Spirit of China 2010 Wall Calendar (Calendar) by Don Hong Oai



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Don Hong-Oai - Don Hong-Oai was one of the last pictorialist photographers and arguably the best. Playing With Hoops, Vietnam. Sandstorm, Vietnam, 1989. Don Hong-Oai was born in Canton, China in 1929, but spent most of his life in Saigon, Vietnam. As a young boy in Saigon he was apprenticed to a photography studio. He stayed in Vietnam through the war, but fled by boat to California in 1979. He lived in San Francisco’s Chinatown where he had a small darkroom to create his photographs. While living the US he returned to China every few years to make new negatives. Only in the last few years of his life – he died in June 2004 – was his work discovered by a wider.

Don Hong-Oai was born in Canton, China in 1929 as the youngest son to a business family and was raised and educated in Saigon, Vietnam. At age 13 he began an apprenticeship at a Chinese photo and portrait shop. In 1979 he immigrated to the United States and settled in Chinatown of San Francisco. Don began making a living by selling his landscape photographs in front of Macy’s and began to receive recognition for his craftsmanship. His style was heavily influenced by the legendary photographer Long Chin-San’s technique of layering negatives.

The civil calendar of China refers to the lunisolar calendar. It is widely used in Chinese people’s daily life.

Don Hong-Oai (1929 – 2004) was born in Canton, China in 1929, but spent most of his life in Saigon, Vietnam. At the age of 13 he began an apprenticeship at a Chinese photo and portrait shop. During this time he learned the traditional ways of photography from the masters. Everything was done the old-fashioned way from exposing the glass negatives in sunlight to using instinct rather than timers. Don would photograph landscapes in his free time and his style was heavily influenced by the legendary photographer Long Chin-San and his technique of layering negatives to create one composite image.

Don Hong-Oai was born in Canton, China in 1929. He did spend most of his life time in Vietnam though. In his earlier days on Photography, Don did take a apprenticeship in a local photo studio. This art form is an unique style of photography which is often called as Asian pictorial-ism. Why I like Don Hong-Oai. If there is one thing I would want to learn from these photographs this would be it. Master of fine-art composition.

Don Hong-Oai родился в 1929 г. в Китае. Он начал изучать основы фотографии в Сайгонской портретной студии. C 1950 года работал преподавателем фотографии в университетском колледже искусств. skarynkina - (no subject). amirancho k - (no subject).

This calendar features twelve of Don Hong-Oai's mystical and delicately toned sepia landscapes using the Chinese ""pictorial"" style of layering several negatives to compose a picture. With traditional motifs such as cranes, willows, and tiny boats on misty lakes, Don Hong-Oai's photographs reveal an idealized, yet authentic China.
Reviews: 5
Qulcelat
Spirit of China 2010 Wall Calendar (Calendar)

I have ordered this calendar for several years, for myself and as a present for others, because the photos had such an ethereal, serene beauty. The 2010 calendar, however, looked very familiar when I received my copies recently. The reason, it turned out, is that at least 1/4-1/3 of the photos were re-cycled from prior years' calendars. I realize that the photographer who took the photos died sometime after 2000-2001, so the stock of available photographs may be limited. Even so, buyers should be aware that there is a good bit of repetition if they have purchased or will purchase this "Spirit of China" calendar over a period of years.
Ionzar
This is one of my favorite calendars. Own 2. Too bad there isn't enough new calendar material of his to see . This is a true master! Each photo is an awesome thing.
Flocton
I love these images & as a photographer who still works in the darkroom, I'm inspired by them. I'm still turning the pages of the 2009 calendar. They have a haunting, yet peaceful quality.
Questanthr
Not my cup of tea. But to each his own on what is good calendar art.
Goktilar
I'm an enthusiastic fan of photographer don hong oai, and I love the calendar bearing his images. They are ethereal, delicate, artful.