Conversation With Jan Bell

Conversation With Jan Bell

Earlier this month, Jan Bell contributed an article about his work and how he has defined such a recognizable style to his work. I genuinely admire his career, but more than that, I respect his energy and grit. Jan has been battling...

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Jan Bell Fine Art Photographer

Jan Bell Fine Art Photographer

Publishers Note: I have known Jan for a number of years now.  His work is standout recognizable as a Jan Bell.  His story and commitment to the art of photography are exceptional.  He has had health challenges that would make many of...

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Should I Buy Luminar AI

Should I Buy Luminar AI

  This essay is not a user experience or a “how-to” report.  It derives from my ambivalence as to whether to “pop” for a copy of Luminar AI.  I do not presently own or otherwise, have access to it or any other computer...

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Black & White Image-Making – Part Two

Black & White Image-Making – Part Two

In an earlier article “Black & White Image-making in the Digital Age, I listed six of my principles for selecting the best candidates for B&W conversion from a digital image library. This may not seem important or necessary to those photographers who...

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Sustained By Nature

Sustained By Nature

Background To The Project Hookstone Woods is a small (around 22 acres) of woodland located on the outskirts of Harrogate, a small town located in North Yorkshire in northeast England. It is a mixed woodland of native trees and also has two...

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Silo City Reflections

Silo City Reflections

The year before last I wrote an article for Kevin Raber’s website entitled Silo City Revisited as a follow on to articles by Michael Reichmann and Kevin about photography at the grain silos, elevators and flour mills on the Silo City site...

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